The Bernard Schwartz Resident Fellows Program
The Bernard Schwartz Resident Fellows Program seeks to help meet the large and growing need for a nuanced public dialogue on important issues related to the growing importance of Asia in the world and global economy by selecting Fellows to serve in residence at the Asia Society headquarters in New York.
Schwartz Fellows are selected from among the most respected leaders from Asia and the U.S., and serve up to twelve month terms in residence. Candidates are drawn from a variety of fields, including former government officials, academics, business leaders, and journalists. The defining qualification for Schwartz Fellows is a record of distinction and a commitment to engaging the broader public in better understanding Asia.
During the course of their residencies at the Asia Society, Fellows engage in a variety of activities, including:
Applications for the program starting in Fall 2010 will be accepted until April 30, 2010. To apply, or for more information, please send your cover letter, CV, and contact information to Ms. Hee-Chung Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org.