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 from the basis of the Golden Rule.
‣ Fellows Program
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 global and 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.
“Euphrates is the opportunity to be part of something bigger than ourselves.” – Fellow, 2010-2013
“As a Fellow I get to work closely with other people who share a love for the world.” – Fellow, 2013-2014
“At Euphrates, I am contributing to solving global issues.” – Fellow, 2013-2014
‣ 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, however, can vary based on a particular your Fellows group interest’s.
Fellows activities include event planning, media, research projects, and student leadership. From your two sub committees; media and events, 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.