This is where our New Fellows come together and explore, grow and stretch their global citizenship muscle.
After learning, sharing and working together online for over eight months, the New Fellow Orientation – or NFO, as we like to call it – brings together our most recent batch of Fellows in person to deepen their intercultural experience and build strong bonds of trust.
Supported by distinguished experts and partners from our greater network, Fellows explore social, sustainable, and technological trends and learn new skills to tackle global issues facing our society together with their peers around the world and at their universities.
The three-fold purpose of the New Fellow Orientation is:
To further the learning and leadership development of Melton Fellows as global problem solvers and advocates of global citizenship.
To build a community of global problem solvers equipped to work together across boundaries to solve challenges in an interconnected world.
To make global citizenship tangible at the “grassroots” level by engaging local communities through the work and advocacy of Melton Fellows.
From 15-20 March 2019, we are convening our most recent batch of Fellows in Berlin (Germany) to build collaborative relationships and develop core-competencies so that they are equipped to solve pressing global issues together.Click here for more about the #nfo2019
Curious to learn more about our Fellowship and how we build a community of global citizens, based on mutual interests, synergies, and complementary experience?