LCP-ICMA-US State Department call for applications for YSEALI Professional Fellows Program


By LCP Secretariat
October 21, 2016


The League of Cities of the Philippines and International County/City Management Association (ICMA), with the US States Department are calling applications for the Legislative Process and Governance Professional Fellows Program (PFP) for professionals from the Philippines under the Young Southeast Asian Leaders' Initiative.

 

The program is funded by the United States Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and is an exchange program to travel to the United States. The Fellowship focuses on the YSEALI themes of civic engagement, economic development and environmental sustainability in the legislative processes and governance sector.

 

If you are 25-35 of age and have demonstrated track record of local leadership and impact in the community or workplace, apply now and visit  www.icma.org/fellowsapp for Legislative and Governance and www.icma.org/envfellowsapp for Environmental Sustainability.
 

Applications are due December 1, 2016.

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