The Hurford Youth Fellowship Program, facilitated by the World Movement for Democracy, seeks emerging democratic leaders from around the world who are committed to building their leadership skills, enhancing their organizational talents, and harnessing their potential. Through the Hurford program, two young activists will spend four months at the World Movement’s Secretariat office in Washington, D.C., where they will expand their global network, learn lessons from activists involved in democracy movements around the world, and contribute to the development of the World Movement for Democracy and the World Youth Movement for Democracy. Hurford Youth Fellows will conduct research, organize presentations and online discussions, as well as information-sharing sessions on key democracy issues. A project completed by the Fellows will be publicized and shared globally.
We welcome internship applications from all students interested in gaining valuable office experience, working on communications, conducting research, attending events at the National Endowment for Democracy, and learning about what it takes to run a worldwide network!
Addtionally, the Syracuse University’s Maxwell School has partnered with us to establish the Anna Pkhrikian Memorial Internship, which is open to current graduate and undergraduate students of the Maxwell School.