Strong Women, Better World: 2018 U.S. Department of State and ESPNW Global Sports Mentoring Program

Candidates must be:

• Women ages 25 to 40 who demonstrate the drive and potential to directly impact the role of women and girls in their home country’s sports sector and beyond;
• Involved in sports sectors including: sports management; coaching; sports journalism and mass communication; sports marketing; sports innovation; disability sports; social responsibility through sports; and/or sports medicine;
• Able to converse fluently in English;
• Able to reach top levels of their organization;
• Citizens of the nominating country with preference given to candidates who have not traveled to the United States;
• Firmly committed to the full duration of the program, willing to take part in an immersive mentorship, and interested in developing new partnerships;
• Confident, mature, self-motivated, and driven towards exceptional success;
• Committed to sharing knowledge and acting as a change agent in home communities;
• Willing to participate in social media for the program and alumni activities after the exchange.

If you can understand this and have the above described requirements (or know someone who does!) please contact smolina@educationusa-peru.info by April 6th 2018.

Fuente: Centro Cultural Peruano Norteamericano.

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