Asia Pacific Leadership Program Fellowship


Established by the US Congress in 1960, the Center serves as a resource for information and analysis on critical issues of common concern, bringing people together to exchange views, build expertise, and develop policy options. The Center is an independent, public, nonprofit organization with funding from the US government, and additional support provided by private agencies, individuals, foundations, corporations, and governments in the region.

Over 60 years of serving as a US-based institution for public diplomacy in the Indo-Pacific region with international governance, staffing, students, and participants, the Center has built a worldwide network of 65,000 alumni and more than 1,100 partner organizations. The Center’s 21-acre Honolulu campus, adjacent to the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, is located midway between Asia and the US mainland and features research, residential, and international conference facilities. The Center’s Washington, DC, office focuses on preparing the United States for an era of growing Asia Pacific prominence.

CSC-EWC Visiting Scholars Program:

China Scholarship Council–East-West Center Visiting Scholars Program at the East-West Center in Honolulu, Hawai'i

The East-West Center (EWC) welcomes scholars and analysts from China who wish to participate in the “China Scholarship Council – East-West Center Joint Program” to consider applying for placement as “CSC-EWC Visiting Scholars” at the EWC in Honolulu, Hawai'i. These placements are designed for scholars who wish to undertake research and writing on topics of relevance to contemporary US-Asia policy that will compliment the Research Program’s three broad thematic areas: governance, security and justice; environment, population and health; and innovation, economic integration and growth as well as higher education policy.

The program supports up to 12 month residencies at the East-West Center in Honolulu.  While in residence, the Scholars will complete an English article or monograph to be considered for publication in an East-West Center publication series.  The first full draft of the manuscript should be completed before the end of the residence period.  Scholars are also asked to give a public seminar while in residence at the East West Center..


Applicants will normally have earned a Ph.D.  Applicants must be nationals of the People’s Republic of China and eligible to receive funding from the China Scholarship Council.  Successful applications will include a completed online application form, a full CV, two letters of reference, and a policy-relevant research proposal of 8-10 pages (double spaced).  The proposal should discuss the policy problem or issue to be examined, tentative hypothesis and arguments, a review and short bibliography of the relevant literature, and project time frame.

Pacific Islands Young Economic Empowerment Leaders:


[Deadline to apply is June 30, 2022]
A Special Professional Fellows Program Opportunity for Young Economic Empowerment Leaders

THEME: Post-Pandemic Equitable and Sustainable Economic Recovery

The East-West Center's Professional Development Program, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and Young Pacific Leaders (Facebook page), is conducting a Special Professional Fellows Program Opportunity for Young Economic Empowerment Leaders from the Pacific Islands. Starting in early 2023, this program will bring three cohorts of young professionals from the Pacific Islands to the United States for intensive five-week programs that build significant new capacity and facilitate enduring professional bonds between industry leaders in the United States and the Pacific Islands.

Professional Fellows (aged 25-40) are chosen through an open competition which highlights their demonstrated commitment to improving their communities through innovative economic development approaches. A particular emphasis is placed on selecting individuals with social entrepreneurial talents geared towards helping their communities emerge from the global COVID-19 pandemic and building resilience to future economic shocks.


  • 25-40 years old 
  • Currently employed (including self-employment) in a position relevant to economic empowerment within Pacific and indigenous communities, with at least two years of demonstrated work experience. 
  • BOTH a citizen of, and currently residing in, one of the eligible countries (see below) 
  • An English language speaker with proficiency in spoken and written English to effectively function in an American workplace.
  • Eligible to obtain a J-1 Visa and spend five weeks in the United States for the Fellowship.
  • Committed to returning to their home country after the program

Note: People living with disabilities are especially encouraged to apply.



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