Are You a SAUVÉ SCHOLAR?
“The Sauvé fellowship was a hugely defining experience—second to none— and one that has shaped my progress both personally and professionally.” Shivangini Arora, India
WHAT IS THE SAUVÉ SCHOLARS PROGRAM?
ARE YOU A SAUVÉ SCHOLAR? YES, if you have initiative, motivation, vision, imagination, communications skills, a keen interest in international and domestic issues, a burning desire to effect change, and the will and skill to be a global leader.
YES, if you are between 23 and 30 years of age on 31 December 2012 and have:
Completed your undergraduate education or the equivalent by 31 July 2013 (advanced degrees are welcome but not a requirement)
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A record of accomplishment and ability to meet challenges
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A strong interest in both international and domestic issues
Demonstrated leadership qualities Proven communications skills
A unique program designed to equip, enable and empower a new generation of global leaders
An academic year with access to all resources at McGill University
Guidance from academic advisors and mentors at the top of their fields
An enriching program of lectures, conferences and events tailored to your interests and goals
Accommodation with a dozen remarkable peers in an historic house in the heart of Montréal, one of North America’s most dynamic, multicultural cities
Shared experiences, multi-faceted exchanges
▶▶ An unequalled opportunity for personal and professional growth free from pressures of academic or work-related deadlines
FIND OUT MORE NOW AND APPLY AT www.sauvescholars.org NOMINATIONS AND APPLICATIONS DUE BY NOVEMBER 1, 2012
A highly developed curiosity about people, problems, and cultures An eagerness to change the world for the better A minimum of 3 years of work or other professional experience, at least two of which are full time
1514 avenue Docteur-Penfield Montréal, Québec, Canada H3G 1B9
Published on Oct 22, 2012
The Jeanne Sauvé Foundation, established by the late Governor General, the Right Honourable Jeanne Sauvé, is dedicated to the development of...