Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Want to work in Liberia?

Ed Scott with some of the first Liberia fellows in 2007
If you are interested in making a difference in Liberia and are keen to gain hands-on policy experience in President Sirleaf's historic government, I strongly encourage you to apply to the Ed Scott Liberia fellows program. (See here for job description and application instructions). The program is a fantastic year-long fellowship -- run jointly by JSI, the Government of Liberia and the Center for Global Development -- that places fellows as special assistants for senior-level members of the Government of Liberia. The fellowship is named after the original funder, Ed Scott -- a very generous and committed philanthropist who is the founding chairman of, among other initiatives, the Center for Global Development. I have known Ed since the earliest days of the Center for Global Development, where I first started my career in development nearly seven years ago (and, incidentally, where I again work now). He is a wonderful human being, and with this program continues to impact development across the globe.
**Note: Resumes + cover letters are to be submitted by close of business Monday, April 27, 2009.


Mo-ha-med said...

I knew I had come to the right place for info!

Be well,

jessica said...

Thank you for your blog. I am an MPH and recently saw an opportunity posted in Liberia with EQUIP that I am going to apply for because of the information you have shared!