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Commentary | Jan. 19, 2022

ALCGOFF 004/22: Solicitation for applications for the fall 2022 Peace with Women fellowship

By Personnel Service Center

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R 142100Z JAN 22 
FM COMCOGARD PSC WASHINGTON DC

TO ALCGOFF
UNCLAS
ALCGOFF 004/22
SUBJ: SOLICITATION FOR APPLICATIONS FOR THE FALL 2022 PEACE WITH WOMEN FELLOWSHIP

The Coast Guard has the unique opportunity to select one high performing female Captain (O6) to attend the Halifax International Security Forum (HISF) fellowship program entitled "Peace With Women.”

Established in 2017, the Peace With Women Fellowship connects senior female military officers from NATO member and partner countries for a 3-week executive tour of the political and technological capitals of the United States and Canada.  The USCG selectee will have the opportunity to engage with senior government, military, corporate, and academic leaders to collaborate on innovative solutions to the world’s leading security issues.  The Fellowship concludes with all participants attending the annual Halifax International Security Forum, an event regularly attended by the Commandant and other senior governmental/military officials from the United States. The Peace With Women Fellowship continues to grow and has included participants from 17 different countries.

The 22-day Fellowship convenes in Washington, DC in late October 2022 and encompasses travels across the country as well as visits to various prominent locations in Canada before concluding in Halifax in mid-November.  The extensive network that fellows develop in the course of the 3-week program incorporates experts in fields of government, academia, media, military, civil society, and science/technology

Applications will include a completed application form, professional resume, short biography, essay question responses, and Commanding Officer’s endorsement.  The application form and guidance for additional submission requirements may be found at the 2022 Peace With Women Fellowship Call for Applicants website: Peace With Women Fellowship Application Form - Halifax International Security Forum (halifaxtheforum.org)

Individuals should electronically submit their complete nomination package no later than Friday, 01 April, 2022 to fellowship@halifaxtheforum.org.  An internal Coast Guard panel will then convene to select two applicants for HISF consideration based on the submitted applications. Final selections and announcements will be made by HISF in mid-June.

Tuition and travel for this program, including travel to Washington, DC for the start of the fellowship and travel from Halifax at the conclusion, will be fully funded by DCO-I. Applicants must be able to commit to the entire duration of the program.7. Information on the Peace With Women Fellowship can be found at their website: Peace With Women Fellowship - Halifax International Security Forum (halifaxtheforum.org). For additional information, contact CAPT Luis Rodriguez at (202) 372-4452.

Ms. Ann Castiglione-Cataldo, SES, USCG, Director of International Affairs and Foreign Policy, sends.

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