The Mickey Leland International Hunger Fellowship is a two-year opportunity to promote global food and nutrition security through learning and hands-on work. Leland Fellows gain experience and professional skills working with host organizations in development or humanitarian placements around the world, and learn to see what works in international development—and what doesn’t—and how to make the system more efficient, more effective, and more just. Each class of Leland Fellows forms a learning cohort, sharing knowledge and insight and growing together throughout the two year program. And the Hunger Center’s dynamic leadership development curriculum centers the skills required to create change in the international development and humanitarian sectors.

Each class of twelve to fifteen dedicated fellows develops the tools and skills they need to become effective change agents, advancing the goal of a hunger-free world by strengthening host organizations and building food and nutrition security at the field and policy level.

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