A crash course in changing the world.
The Central America Women's Leadership Fellowship (CAWL ) program is doing so much to help empower women. It is a partnership between iLEAP; The center for critical service and the Seattle International Foundation. They have been accepting applications for participation in a three-months intensive training program in leadership and social innovation for up to five (5) Central American female community leaders. The leadership training is to take place in Seattle, Washington, from September 13,2010 to November 20,2010. They are covering all the expenses. English fluency is not required - more important are conversational skills and the strong willingness to communicate with others. The application deadline was May 1,2010.
Their program is intended to strengthen and expand the leadership capacities of female social change leaders in Central America and forge deepen relationships between program participants and the global development sector in Washington state. The theme of their program is organized around the central themes of:
Their program participants would explore these themes through three (3) modes of learning: skills-based seminars, field application and experiential learning, and social networking and partnership building. This is a wonderful strategy to empower women and the girl child.I wish you could joint me log on to their website and donate cash to help support the continuing work they are already doing. I also suggest they could offer same opportunity for women in Africa, Asia, and Europe. For more information log on www.indigenousportal.com