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PFF Community Leadership Program

Community-based change. Student-led innovation.

The PFF Community Leadership Fellowships offered extraordinary opportunities to young McGill students with innovative ideas, helping them to bring sustainable and positive social change to the communities in which they work. Successful candidates received up to $20,000 for an 8-month project or up to $30,000 for a 12-month project.

The Archie Malloch Internships in Public Learning

The Institute for the Public Life of Arts and Ideas: Internship Experiences

2013 Interns: Anna Foran and Christy Frost
2012 Interns: Jasmine Wilson and Sheehan Moore
2011 Interns: Bora Plumtre and Rachel Thorne
2010 Intern: Anthea Fitz-James

Information for Local Community Partners

Note: you can download the information provided below in PDF format by clicking here: Information for Local Community Partners [.pdf]

Applicants are required to provide a letter of support from a community partner as part of their PFF Community Leadership Program application package.

Information for References

Note: you can download the information provided below in PDF format by clicking here: Information for Referees [.pdf]

Frequently Asked Questions

Changes to take place in 2014-2015. For more information, contact Laura Di Maio at ion [at] mcgill [dot] ca

    1. Is there an application fee?

      There is no fee for applying.

    2. Who is eligible to apply?

      Fellowships are awarded to graduating students. Undergraduates in their final year are eligible to apply, as are Master’s students who are completing their degrees. Fellows must be 18 to 29 years old at the start of their project.

OceanPath Fellowship

The OceanPath Fellowship provides graduating full-time students from partner universities with community-focused experiential learning opportunities to gain competencies to become active and effictive change-makers and to foster sustainable and positive social change in communities around the world. The program is administered by the Coady Institute at St. Francis Xavier University.