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To apply for the Humanity in Action Fellowships from the United States, please scroll down for detailed information on what we ask for as part of your application. Your application is considered complete and submitted when we have received all requested documents and application responses. Applications that are incomplete or missing documentation after the deadline will not be considered.

2015 Warsaw Fellows

Application Requirements for Applicants from the United States

  • Personal Statement
  • Short Answer Responses
  • Essay Question Response
  • Action Project Pitch Video
  • CV / Resume
  • Copy of Unofficial Transcripts
  • One Letter of Recommendation and contact info for one other reference
  • Application Fee of $40*

*Application fees may be waived for financial need. Please reference our FAQs page for more information.

Selection Process

The selection process involves two phases.

Phase I

During the first phase, a panel of Humanity in Action staff, board members, and Senior Fellows reads over all of the applications and selects a pool of finalists for further review by the national Humanity in Action’s Selection Committees.

Phase II

During the second phase, the Selection Committees read and evaluate all finalists’ applications and conduct group interviews with finalists. All finalists will be interviewed by a small panel of the Selection Committee together with two or three other finalists. The additional reference will be contacted at this point.

Selections

The final selections are made based on this second reading, reference information, and the interview.

Fellowship & Application Resources

Become a Fellow

Every year, new Humanity in Action Fellows come together in six cities across Europe and the United States to study how and why people resist intolerance and protect democratic values.

01 Year duration

06 Cities

150 Fellows per year