FIC is excited to announce that we’re partnering with the Reducetarian Foundation on their newest initiative, the Reducetarian Fellowship!
The Reducetarian Fellowship is designed to foster a more diverse, sustainable, and impactful movement by empowering bright, passionate, and ambitious young advocates and innovators to transform our food system. This opportunity is for exceptional New York City-area undergraduate students who are eager to create a more sustainable, healthy, and compassionate world. Each fellow receives a $7,500 stipend to support their participation in the program.
Are you eager to create a more sustainable, healthy, and compassionate world? Read on to learn more about the program! 🌱
- What will fellows get from the program?
- Direct access to movement leaders working on cutting-edge ideas and initiatives
- Exposure to a wide range of approaches to improving the food system and guidance in critically examining different strategies
- Workshops and trainings about networking, writing, public speaking, entrepreneurship, and other skills
- Individualized support and guidance through one-on-one mentorship
- The chance to gain further exposure and training through an 8-10 week summer residency at an impactful partner organization
- What’s the duration of the program?
- It’s a one-year experience designed to equip and encourage students to pursue a career focused on combating industrial animal agriculture.
- What will I be learning and doing within the fellowship?
- The first component of the Fellowship runs from September to May, and it is concurrent with the fellow’s regular academic studies. The curriculum offers students the opportunity to explore foundational ideas and cutting-edge strategies through seminars with scholars, activists, and other leaders in the field. It also allows students to develop their professional skills and network through workshops with specialized experts.
- The second component of the Fellowship runs from June to August, when Fellows will put their learning to direct use in an 8-10 week summer residency at a partner organization. The residency is an immersive learning experience that will give Fellows first-hand experience with some of the most impactful work in food system reform and innovation.
- When are applications due?
- Applications are open now and close April 15, 2022.
For more information and to apply – check this out!