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Friday, February 12, 2021

Apply to the Kroc IPJ's Cross-Border Initiatives Non-Residential Border Fellows Program

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Border Fellows/Asociados Fronterizos

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We encourage applicants from academia, civil society, and the public sector in Southern California and Baja California to apply by submitting a letter of interest by Feb. 22, 2021. The fellowship program is 12 months, during which time Fellows will receive an $850/month fellowship and a grant of up to $5,000 to further their work. Participants will continue with their normal professional or educational activities simultaneously. Fluency in both English and Spanish is helpful, but not required. Contact Melissa Floca at mfloca@sandiego.edu with questions.

Buscamos individuos trabajando en la academia, en la sociedad civil, y en el sector público en el Sur de California o Baja California para el programa virtual de Asociados Fronterizos. Los interesados deben mandar una carta motivos antes de la fecha límite del 22 de febrero del 2021. El periodo del programa es de 12 meses, durante los cuales los participantes recibirán un apoyo de $850 USD mensuales y una beca de hasta $5,000 USD para apoyar su trabajo. Los Asociados Fronterizos continuarán con sus otras actividades profesionales o educativas durante este periodo. La fluidez en inglés y español es útil, pero no indispensable. Contacte a Melissa Floca en mfloca@sandiego.edu con preguntas y dudas.

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The Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice (Kroc IPJ) launched in 2001 with a vision of active peacebuilding. In 2007, the Kroc IPJ became part of the newly established Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies, a global hub for peacebuilding and social innovation. The core of the Kroc IPJ mission is to 
co-create learning with peacemakers — learning that is deeply grounded in the lived experience of peacemakers around the world, that is made rigorous by our place within a university ecosystem and that is immediately and practically applied by peacemakers to end cycles of violence.

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