Fellowships through Carolina for Kibera provide opportunities for students to gain hands-on experience learning about global issues in a real world setting. Fellows are invited to collaborate with our Kibera staff as well as design and implement their own projects at a grassroots level. We provide a range of services and programming across our initiatives.
Our James and Florence Peacock Fellowship is open to both undergraduate and graduate students at UNC-Chapel Hill. Two students are typically selected each year for the fellowship program. Students receive a stipend to cover airfare and living expenses. The other half of the fellowship will be earmarked for the volunteer project with CFK.
The 2019 Peacock Fellowship application is open until December 15, 2018. Any application submitted after the deadline will not be considered for this fellowship. Supplemental materials (i.e. letter of recommendation and resume/CV) will need to be emailed following completed application submission. Email materials to email@example.com.
Attend one of our information sessions this fall to learn how you can work with change-makers to combat poverty in Kibera. You will learn about the history of Carolina for Kibera, current programs and services we offer in the community, and ways you can get involved and affect long-lasting, sustainable change.
FedEx Global Education Building, Room 4003
12:00pm - 1:00pm
FedEx Global Education Building, Room 3009
4:30pm - 5:30pm
Fall – Information sessions held; application opens
Winter – Application review and finalist interviews
Spring – Orientation and training for selected fellows
Summer – Project implementation (6-8 weeks) and evaluation
Established in 2001, Carolina for Kibera (CFK) is an international, nongovernmental organization based in the informal settlement of Kibera in Nairobi, Kenya. In the United States, CFK is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and major associated entity of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.