The Non-Resident Fellowship supports social sector leaders to dedicate some of their time working on ideas that apply to broad swaths of civil society. It allows working people to dedicate a portion of their time to advancing an idea or project that doesn’t quite fit into their “day job.” The goal is to provide enough time, space, expertise, and financial support to help turn ideas into prototypes or action, and to build a cohort of fellows to support ongoing learning and community. All applicants are responsible for designing, proposing, and implementing projects of their choice within the purview of one of two fellowship tracks: Track 1: Digital Civil Society; and Track 2: Race and Technology. Read more here.
Source: Standford Pacs