Now in its sixth year, the objective of the PILP Fellowship is to enhance the leadership capacities of individuals in the Pacific Islands region and build a network of young leaders who will shape the Pacific’s future.
This program seeks to attract candidates possessing outstanding intellectual promise, high leadership potential, and commitment to serve the development needs of their countries. It is intended to strengthen participants’ knowledge and understanding of key economic, social, political, health, educational and environmental issues affecting the region, and enable them to cultivate the leadership skills, approaches and networks to make meaningful contributions to the region throughout their careers.
Type of Study
Participants will spend approximately four weeks engaging in experiential learning exercises at the East-West Center’s campus in Hawai‘i, in addition to five weeks in Taiwan at the Taiwan Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Institute of Diplomacy and International Affairs. The program curriculum includes such topics as applied leadership skills, future scenario planning, social entrepreneurship and risk analysis, climate change and environmental stewardship, international relations, and public health.
The 2018 PILP Fellowship is scheduled to take place from mid-August to mid-October 2018.
PILP Fellowship Provisions
Tuition, residence hall room costs, health insurance, course materials, living stipend, airfare to Honolulu, airfare from Honolulu to Taipei, airfare from Taipei to home country, as well as visa SEVIS fees (if required).
Application Information & Frequently-Asked Questions
Applications must be submitted before February 18, 2018 for consideration. Instructions and forms are available on the How To Apply page.
Source: East-West Center