Dalai Lama Fellows at Stanford
Social Innovation, Ethics & Contemplative Values
Start Your Compassion-in-Action Journey
We are calling globally-minded citizens at Stanford University who want to build a more harmonious, peaceful, and sustainable world. Propose a year-long Compassion-in-Action project that addresses one or more of the five Global Challenges:
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Join an international network of Fellows who are committed to social change rooted in secular ethics, contemplative values, and compassion.
As a Fellow, you:
- Design and launch a project to address a significant challenge in your community;
- Travel to the Ethical Leadership Assembly (ELA) in June near San Francisco, to connect with Fellows from around the world and to deepen your leadership capacity;
- Receive up to $10,000 in funding for your project and travel to the ELA; and,
Participate in a distinctive, year-long curriculum with ongoing, personalized coaching.
Learn more about Fellowship journey on our website.
To apply:http://bit.ly/DLFApp2015 (Deadline: Monday, March 9, 2015@ 11:59 pm PST)
Enrollment as a full-time student at Stanford during the Fellowship year;
Ability to attend the Ethical Leadership Assembly (ELA) from June 11-18, 2015 and again in June 2016;
Availability to engage with the Tilling the Soil curriculum and refine the proposed compassion-in-action project beginning April 1st, both through self-guided learning and conversations with Dalai Lama Fellows Program Directors;
Commitment to dedicating sufficient time and energy to the proposed project, the year-long Ethical Leadership curriculum, and the Dalai Lama Fellows community.
Dalai Lama Fellows, a distinctive, secular global program personally authorized by His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama, envisions and works towards a world that tends to the good of the whole as well as of the individual. We do this by guiding a global network of young social entrepreneurs to deepen their effectiveness by merging innovation with secular ethics, contemplative values, and compassion.