Are you an undergraduate student trying to make a positive impact in your local community and beyond? If so, you might be interested in the Millennium Fellowship sponsored by the United Nations.
What Is Millennium Fellowship?
Millennium Fellows are university freshmen who have taken the lead on projects that promote the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) within their local communities. The program includes a semester-long leadership development course aimed at enhancing student organizing, partnership building, and community impact skills.
Benefits of the Fellowship
The Millennium Fellowship offers students a great opportunity to:
1. Receive a certificate from Millennium Campus Network and United Nations Academic Impact.
2. Gain valuable leadership experience.
3. Access a global network of like-minded individuals.
4. Learn about community-based social change.
5. Receive instruction and coaching.
6. Participate in a global community network with over 7,000 peers from 300+ universities across 50+ countries.
Eligibility Criteria for Millennium Fellowship
To be eligible for the program, candidates must be undergraduate students in good academic standing. They should be at least 18 years old at the time of application and have a project that promotes at least one Sustainable Development Goal during the program’s duration.
Application Procedure for Millennium Fellowship Programme
Applicants must submit their Millennium Fellowship Project, which should align with at least one Sustainable Development Goal and one UNAI principle. The project should also be time-bound and achievable during the Millennium Fellowship period (August to November).
Meet The Fellows
To meet the Fellows participating in the program, you can visit the official fellowship program’s webpage. From there, you can navigate to the “Meet the Fellows” section, where you can filter Fellows based on location, country, and university to learn more about their profiles and contributions.