llatu_disabilities_tonga_w450newApply to be one of 20 ADA International Fellows who travels to the U.S. to learn about inclusive education efforts. This program provides professional development opportunities for individuals and organizations to strengthen knowledge and expertise, enhance outreach capabilities, and hone strategies to develop policies and practices that will increase inclusive quality education in communities in Kenya, Tanzania, Brazil, and Peru.

Photo:  by Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Lesieli Latu teaches students with a disability | Lesieli Latu teaches students with a disability at Ngele’ia Primary School in Nuku’alofa, Tonga … | Flickr

Applicants

Apply to represent Kenya, Tanzania, Brazil, or Peru as an ADA International Fellow! Fellows in this program will learn approaches that can inform their efforts to strengthen education access for people with disabilities in their home countries. They will also form connections with mentors at the university centers that serve as their host sites, and will plan an inclusive education project that they will implement in their home countries with support from their host mentors; this is called the follow-on project. Learn about the application process here.