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Graduating students selected for Cardinal Careers Fellowships

Andrew Ntim
Andrew Ntim is one of the 2018 Ford Fellows.
Apr 3 2018

Students selected for the Haas Center's post-undergraduate fellowships will work full-time for philanthropic, nonprofit, and government organizations, matched with mentors who are leaders in the field.

Stanford seniors Maya Lorey, Andrew Ntim, and Luis Ornelas were selected for the 2018 Tom Ford Fellowship in Philanthropy. Through this prestigious 11-month Cardinal Careers program, they will gain unique philanthropy experience through working full-time with community, private, corporate, or family grantmaking foundations. Each Fellow will also be matched with a senior mentor at the foundation.

Nicole Jackson, Brian Kaplun, and Riya Mehta are graduating from Stanford this spring and have been selected for the John Gardner Public Service Fellowship. Six fellows, three from Stanford and three from UC Berkeley, will work full-time for ten months with U.S. government agencies or nonprofit organizations. Each fellow will also be matched with an organizational mentor who is a distinguished leader in the field.

Stanford senior Julian Bava was selected for the 2018 International Public Service Fellowship. Through this full-time Cardinal Careers opportunity offered by the Stanford Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law (CDDRL), Julian will serve full-time with an international NGO or government agency, with mentorship from an organizational leader.