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Dalai Lama Fellows at NYU

Join an international network of Fellows who are committed to social change rooted in secular ethics, contemplative values, and compassion. We are calling globally-minded citizens 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 six Global Challenges:

  • Poverty Alleviation
  • Violence
  • Access to Education
  • Gender Inequities
  • Access to Health
  • Environmental Devastation

As a Fellow, you:

  • Design and launch a project to address a significant challenge in your community;
  • Travel to the Ethical Leadership Assembly (ELA), to be held in Petaluma, California on July 1-8, 2016 and again in 2017, to connect with Fellows from around the world and to deepen your leadership capacity;
  • Receive up to $6,000 in funding for your project in addition to funding for travel costs to attend the ELA; and,
  • Participate in a distinctive, year-long curriculum with ongoing, personalized coaching.

Learn more about the Fellowship journey by viewing our website.

To apply: http://bit.ly/DLFNYU2016 (Deadline: February 1, 2016 @ 11:59 pm EST)

Sours: https://www.smore.com/rwage-dalai-lama-fellows-at-nyu

Our vision is to reimagine leadership. Our mission is to cultivate and support a global movement of next generation leaders applying universal values to solve global challenges. 

Dalai Lama Fellows was founded in 2010, with the authorization and support of the 14th Dalai Lama, as an independent, secular and ecumenical organization. Beginning with a Fellowship program, Dalai Lama Fellows has become a pioneer in integrating contemplative practices and universal values within programs for leadership and social change. 

The Fellowship program has now grown to more than 100 individuals across 25 nationalities, constituting an active global leadership network that serves as a continuing resource for next generation leadership.  In April 2015, the Fourteenth Dalai Lama recommended expanding beyond the Fellowship program to additional settings, jumpstarting new initiatives to expand programs and content to organizations, the media and the public.  

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Reimagine Leadership

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Dalai Lama Fellows cultivates and supports an international movement of next generation leaders to meet global challenges in locally adapted ways and promote our planet’s flourishing.


Dalai Lama Fellows cultivates and supports an international movement of next generation leaders to meet global challenges in locally adapted ways and promote our planet’s flourishing.

Emerging community leaders and social change makers face immense challenges in their work. The high stress and complexity of addressing global issues like environmental devastation, systemic poverty, and gender inequality with generally inadequate resources can cause burnout and drive promising leaders to question their values as well as the meaning and sustainability of their vocation. Many leadership programs focus on innovative ways for leaders to grow their organizations, improve their efficiencies and bottom-line, and expand their impacts; however, few focus on leaders’ well-being or the kinds of social, emotional, and intercultural skills necessary for them to truly flourish and sustain their work in ways that also engender the well-being of others.

Dalai Lama Fellows (DLF) is a unique one-year leadership program for emerging social change leaders designed to cultivate resilience and compassion, strengthen commitment to universal human values, and broaden cultural perspectives. DLF’s ultimate goal is to help young leaders develop greater self-awareness, resiliency, and insight as well as deeper connections to others, their communities, and the world.

“Dalai Lama Fellows is a unique experience. It is not a curriculum, it is a journey, a journey of self-exploration, faith, and hope. It augments your faith in humanity and crafts a new definition of leadership for you which is based on the most basic values of humanity, i.e., love and compassion.”


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Sours: https://www.dalailamafellows.org/
Introducing The 2016 Dalai Lama Fellows

Dalai Lama Fellows Presents: Conversations Matter

Dalai Lama Fellows invites you to participate in the first Conversations Matter event of the year: "Leadership Reimagined and Cross-Cultural Cooperation."

In March of 2016, when we asked the Dalai Lama what we can do now to help solve global challenges, he answered, "We need more dialogue to address the issues we are facing around the world." In response, we launched a series of free public events, consisting of conversations and participatory experiences on the topic of moral courage and compassion. These events bring together a community of individuals from diverse life experiences for an evening of authentic sharing in a welcoming space and offer practices that can inspire compassion and courage in our daily lives.

On Wednesday, February 15, we are excited to be in conversation with Dr. Michael Sepidoza Campos and Miriam Uribe to explore the importance of cross-cultural cooperation in leadership. Through conversation and experiential practices, we will explore how we can all find a common, shared humanity and work across our differences to be leaders in our communities, at work and in society at large. 

Dr. Michael Sepidoza Campos researches at the intersection of Filipino-American diaspora, postcolonial theory, queer theory, and critical pedagogy. He has published numerous writings on queer life and religion and has served as steering committee co-chair for the Asian, North American Religion, Culture, and Society Group at the American Academy of Religion. Michael is a faculty member at Stuart Hall High School and former adjunct faculty with the Yuchengco Philippine Studies Program at the University of San Francisco.

Miriam Uribe, a student leader at the University of San Francisco, is an Advocate for Community Engagement (ACE) at the Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good. She works closely with Generation Citizen, a nonprofit that empowers young people to be engaged and effective citizens. Miriam is passionate about social justice and immigrant rights. She has participated in multiple advocacy campaigns and has traveled to Washington D.C. to advocate for immigration reform and criminal justice reform.

Program Schedule:

6:00 pm: Light Refreshments & Networking

6:15 pm: Program

7:30 pm: Closing & Reflection

Dalai Lama Fellows, founded in 2010 with authorization and support of the Fourteenth Dalai Lama, is cultivating and supporting a global movement of next generation leaders applying universal values to solve global challenges. Dalai Lama Fellows has become a pioneer in integrating contemplative practices and universal values within programs for leadership and social change. Our program is independent, secular and ecumenical.

We are grateful to Kasamahan, the Filipino-American student organization of USF, for sponsoring this event, and Liam Lynch and Angela Magao, Dalai Lama Fellows' stellar interns, for coordinating and bringing together members of the USF community and beyond.

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Sours: https://www.sfinterfaithcouncil.org/dalai-lama-fellows-presents-conversations-matter

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Dalai Lama Fellows Program for Emerging Leaders 2020

Deadline: January 5, 2020

Applications are open for the Dalai Lama Fellows Program for Emerging Leaders 2020. The Dalai Lama Fellows (DLF) experience is an immersive, year-long commitment that mentors each Fellow through a leadership curriculum inspired by exemplary leaders like the Dalai Lama.

This curriculum will help you become more mindful, increase awareness of your inner values and how they relate to your work, deeply connect with people around you, and provide new ways of building sustainable solutions to complex problems. Dalai Lama Fellows offers emerging leaders a rigorous, interdisciplinary program on ways to be a different kind of leader, a leader that connects and cares for self, extends genuine compassion to others, and works for our common humanity.

Fellows learn practices for increasing self-awareness, self-care and resilience, for connecting with others and working across differences, and in building solutions for generations to come. Over the course of a year, with the support of mentors and coaches, each Fellow implements an original Field Project addressing a global challenge. Upon graduation, Fellows join a LifeLong Community, where they connect with and support each other while continuing to advance their leadership journeys.


They provide each Project Fellow with:

  • Immersion in the distinctive yearlong Head, Heart, Hands online leadership curriculum;
  • One-on-one and small-group coaching to support their projects in social change and personal development as contemplative and collaborative leaders;
  • Participation in the Contemplative Leadership Assembly with Fellows from around the world and dynamic faculty; and
  • LifeLong affiliation in the global learning community and support system.


  • Dalai Lama Fellows will cover all travel, lodging, and meals for the assembly


  • Be a next generation leader who is between 20-35 years old
  • Fluency in written and spoken English
  • Experience or interest in learning and practicing contemplative practices throughout the year
  • Current engagement (or well-articulated plans) for a social change project in one’s local community and sustained engagement throughout the fellowship year
  • Possess in-depth knowledge of the community and the issue that the project is seeking to address, preferably with at least one year of previous experience working with the community
  • Commitment to participate in the online learning platform, coaching calls, etc.
  • Attendance at the Contemplative Leadership Assembly in mid-June 2020 (Dalai Lama Fellows will cover all travel, lodging, and meals for the assembly)

Tips for Successful Application

  • Be Authentic: As you reflect on and respond to application questions, they encourage you to avoid telling them just what you think they want to hear. Be authentic with yourself and share that authenticity with their team.
  • Be Courageous: This application is an opportunity to reflect on how you can grow as a leader. Be courageously bold, imagine the kind of leader you can become, and tell the organizers about it.
  • Be Thoughtful: Take time to respond to each question. Save drafts. Share reflections with trusted friends and colleagues. The most successful applications are not only well written but demonstrate thoughtfulness and introspection.
  • Save an Offline Copy: They recommend that you first review the entire application form and then spend time offline composing your responses in Google Docs or Microsoft Word. Be sure to save an offline copy in case of a technological error or broken connection.


The application for Dalai Lama Fellows consists of six major parts:

  • Applicant Background and Overview
  • Essay Questions
  • Your Resume/CV
  • One Letter of Recommendation
  • Application Video

Click here to apply

For more information, see FAQs or visit Dalai Lama Fellowship.

Sours: https://opportunitydesk.org/2019/11/11/dalai-lama-fellows-program-2020/
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