International Center for Nonviolent Conflict is pleased to announce its second edition of a grant program termed as “ICNC High School Curriculum Fellowship”. The fellowship is open to high school educators from around the world to support development and implementation of the civil resistance education for high school students in fall 2017 and winter/spring 2018. Fellowship program is designed to support worldwide teaching on civil resistance for high school students. There are eight awards up to $1,000 each available to winners.
The International Center on Nonviolent Conflict is an independent, nonprofit educational foundation, founded by Jack DuVall and Peter Ackerman in 2002. It promotes the study and utilization of nonmilitary strategies by civilian-based movements to establish and defend human rights, social justice, and democracy.
You are encouraged to apply if you are
- Educators with teaching experience from:
- Public/state high schools
- Charter high schools
- Private high schools
- After or out-of-school programs and enrichment organizations working with high school-aged students
- High school seniors (final year of high school 17-18 years old),
- High school juniors (two years prior to high school graduation 16-17 years old) and, possibly,
- High school sophomores (three years prior to high school graduation 15-16 years old), provided that seats are not filled by seniors or juniors that must be given preference in enrollment.
How to Apply:
You can apply online for the fellowship and application link is
You will be required to submit the following:
- Completed online application with applicant’s CV included
- Curriculum/Syllabus proposal on civil resistance that at a minimum includes the following topics with relevant readings and class assignments
Financial Aid and Award Money:
The award amount of $1,000 each and will be offered for up to 8 motivated educators.
The application deadline is June 25, 2017.
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