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Catholic Relief Services International Development Fellows Program (Fully-funded)

Catholic Relief Services International Development Fellows Program (Fully-funded)


Many Fellows build a career with CRS after completing the Fellowship. Each year, most graduating Fellows apply and accept offers for onward positions with CRS.


Catholic Relief Services International Development Fellows Program (Fully-funded)

Catholic Relief Services’ International Development Fellows Program prepares dedicated global citizens to pursue a career in international relief & development work. CRS empowers Fellows to hone their skills and gain practical field experience while contributing to impactful work. Each Fellow works alongside experienced CRS staff to address critical issues facing developing countries today. CRS invites applicants of diverse backgrounds who are committed to the CRS agency mission and strategy to join its global team.

Minimum Fellowship Requirements

  • Graduate degree in a relevant field
  • At least six months work or volunteer experience in a developing country
  • Fluency in English with strong oral and written communication skills
  • Professional proficiency in a second language (preference given to French, Arabic and Portuguese)
  • Able to work in locations with tropical and infectious diseases and limited access to medical facilities.

REALIZE YOUR POTENTIAL

Many Fellows build a career with CRS after completing the Fellowship. Each year, most graduating Fellows apply and accept offers for onward positions with CRS. Fellows often transition directly to positions in project design and proposal development, program management (especially in Emergency Response), program quality, and monitoring, evaluation, accountability, and learning. As they grow with CRS, former Fellows often move between technical and managerial roles, working from the countries where CRS serves or remotely.

Common Fellowship Tasks

  • Lead new emergency response projects
  • Serve as interim project manager
  • Participate in the design of new projects
  • Oversee assessments and data collection
  • Develop accountability frameworks
  • Write reports and proposals

DEADLINE: 01 November 2023


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