Atlas Corps Fellowship

Fellowships are non-profit organization systems that provide help and benefits and Atlas Corps Fellowship is one of such. As you read through, we will show what they are all about and how to apply.

Atlas Corps Fellowship

Atlas Corps Fellowship

The Atlas Corps Fellowship involves global professionals dedicated to creating a positive social impact, engaging in a 12- to 18-month service commitment with U.S. organizations.

During this period, they learn best practices, enhance organizational capabilities, and subsequently return to their home countries to establish a network of global leaders.

For more details about the Fellowship and its advantages, please visit If you are interested in the application process, you can find additional information at

Please note that Atlas Corps is presently not accepting applications from professionals in program and project management for Fellowship consideration.

Fellows will have the opportunity to refine their skills while working with mission-driven organizations, where they will be involved in designing, executing, and/or overseeing projects and programs within the social impact sector.

These Fellows will also contribute to Atlas Corps’ mission of strengthening U.S.-based organizations by leveraging their international perspectives and expertise to advance social impact objectives.


Candidates can apply their skills and expertise in one or more of the following areas:

1. Program and Project Design and Planning

  • Crafting yearly and project-specific action plans and timetables
  • creating program concept outlines and frameworks
  • formulating goals and tasks
  • managing a risk evaluation chart
  • streamlining the allocation of resources and budget planning
  • playing a role in shaping a program’s strategy.

2. Program and Project Coordination and Implementation

  • Arranging and coordinating tasks
  • Overseeing program metrics and objectives
  • Monitoring program finances
  • Facilitating communication regarding the program’s blueprint and execution
  • Creating program directives and protocols
  • Overseeing task progression among teams
  • Esolving any program-related challenges that may emerge.

3. Program Learning

  • Engaging in research pertaining to particular social concerns in order to grasp current trends and optimal approaches
  • Pinpointing possibilities for refining processes
  • Improving program tools and methodologies
  • Collecting input and feedback from on-site personnel.

4. Stakeholder Engagement

  • Establishing and sustaining partnerships
  • Communicating with and assisting program beneficiaries and customers
  • Arranging and overseeing gatherings and activities throughout the project’s duration
  • Offering expertise and training in a specific social issue domain
  • Creating a strategy for engaging stakeholders
  • Making contributions to both internal and external documents, including reports to donors, project assessments, status updates, and external communication materials.

Eligibility Requirements

1. Applicants for this fellowship program should hold a college degree

2. Possess a high level of proficiency in English

3. Be under the age of 35

4. Demonstrate a commitment to applying their acquired experience in their home country or region upon completing the program.

5. Ideal candidates should also have a minimum of two years of experience in the implementation and management of programs and projects, preferably in one of the following areas of social concern:

  • Child Rights
  • Civil Rights/Civil Liberties
  • Democracy/Civic Engagement
  • Disability Rights & Inclusion
  • Education
  • Energy/Environmental Issues
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Food Security/Agriculture
  • Gender Issues/Women’s Rights
  • Human Trafficking
  • Law/Legal Assistance
  • LGBTQ Rights
  • Peace Building/Conflict Resolution
  • Poverty/Hunger/Homelessness
  • Public Health/Health Policy
  • Race/Ethnicity Issues
  • Refugee/Humanitarian Relief
  • Wildlife/Animal Welfare
  • Workforce Development/Job Training
  • Youth/Leadership Development.

Application Process

Does this seem like the ideal opportunity for you? Individuals interested in a Program and Project Management Fellowship should follow the same online application procedure as other Atlas Corps Fellowship applicants.

You can find further information and begin your application at The deadline to be given priority consideration for a Fellowship in 2024 is July 30, 2023.

Application Deadline

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