Rotary Peace Fellows are chosen based on their ability to have a significant and positive impact on world peace and conflict resolution during their future careers. They must demonstrate a commitment to a career in peace and conflict resolution. They are also expected to participate in local Rotary activities as requested and to act as ambassadors of goodwill.
Rotary Peace Fellows are supported by the Rotary Peace Fellowship Program for two years while at ICU or at other designated Rotary Centers to pursue a master’s level program. The scholarship includes funding for registration, tuition and other university fees, a monthly stipend for 21 months of room and board, and transportation between the scholar’s home and study destination at the start and end of the scholarship period.