Welcome to Euphrates’ academic/activist branch!
Euphrates hosts on-campus, action-oriented groups of Fellows seeking to learn more about the Middle East and explore international relations.
Euphrates Fellows follow our three basic principles: informing people, inspiring change, and transforming one’s self and one’s community. Fellows look for solutions to Middle East issues at the same time as they develop a deeper understanding of the challenges. The Euphrates Fellows program is open to undergraduate and graduate students from any college or university in the U.S. If you are interested in becoming a Fellow or starting a Fellows Club at your university, please contact our Fellows Program Manager at (618) 374-5454 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Being A Fellow
Euphrates Fellows all start from a common basis – an interest in developing professionalism and skills valued in a diversity of fields and a dedication to expanding your sense of global citizenship. What that looks like can vary based on a particular group’s interests.
Fellows activities include event planning, media, research projects, and student leadership. From your sub committees, you will allocate tasks to each other organizing events and media campaigns at your university campus. Events can include lunchtime discussions, film screenings, speakers and conferences.