Asia-Pacific Leadership Program (APLP)

Contact: (808) 944-7744 or aplp@eastwestcenter.org

Requirements: Participants must have a bachelor’s degree from a recognized institute of higher learning and must apply to the University of Hawaii at Manoa in conjunction with this program, and are expected to cover transportation costs

Description: A 9-month long program that includes 5 months of intensive study at University of Hawaii at Manoa and 4 months of an additional project (in Hawaii or elsewhere).

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Changing Faces Women’s Leadership Program

Contact: (808) 944-7682 or ChangingFaces@EastWestCenter.org

Requirements: Women from Asia, the Pacific Islands and the United States from all relevant professional backgrounds, including business owners, government and industry policymakers, and civil society organization leaders. Successful candidates will have 5-12 years of work experience with demonstrated ability to innovate.

Description: “2010 program will focus on the important role that innovative entrepreneurship plays in contributing to economic growth and job creation. Some travel stipends are available but participants should expect some cost-sharing.”

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COTIM (Consortium for the Teaching of Indonesian and Malay)

Contact: (740) 590-1401 or soemarmo@ohio.edu

Requirements: Must have intermediate Bahasa Indonesia competency, for other restrictions see website

Description: 9-week long intensive language study program at Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana in Salatiga, Java

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Emerging Market Development Advisors Program (EMDAP)

Contact: (202) 326-7823 or emdap@iie.org

Requirements: Must be a second-year or recently graduated student (within 5 years of application) from an MBA, MA, and/or MPA International Development-related program

Description: 10-12 month assignment provides assistance to businesses and organizations in USAID-assisted countries such as Indonesia

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Fulbright Study Research in Academic & Creative/Performing Arts Fields

Contact: (212) 984-5487 or jakeley@iie.org

Requirements: Students who will hold a bachelor’s degree by the start date of the grant, master’s or doctoral candidates who do yet hold a degree, young professionals with fewer than 5 years experience, artists and musicians without a bachelor’s degree but at least four years of professional experience

Description: Grants to conduct individually designed study/research, in general for one academic year

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SEASSI (Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute)

Contact: (608) 263-1755 or seassi@intl-institute.wisc.edu

Requirements: Open to students and non-students

Description: Summer intensive language course in Bahasa Indonesia (beginner to advanced) or Javanese (beginner) held at University of Wisconsin-Madison