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Applications are now being accepted for the fall YSEALI Academic Fellows program!

Apply for an opportunity to attend a five-week institute on the campus of a U.S. university or college studying one of the following topics:

- Civic engagement
- Environmental issues
- Social entrepreneurship and economic development

YSEALI Academic Fellowships include leadership development, an educational study tour, local community service activities and opportunities to engage with American peers. The program concludes in Washington D.C. YSEALI Academic Fellowships are available to current undergraduate or graduate students as well as recent graduates ages 18-25. Fellows must be a citizen and resident of one of the ASEAN member countries: Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. Fellows must be proficient in English.

To learn more about the specific YSEALI Academic Fellowships available in your country and how to apply, visit: https://youngsoutheastasianleaders.state.gov/country-specific-information.

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