ProFellow’s International Fellows Network (IFN) is a professional network of more than 1,800 international members representing current fellows and alumni from over 100 different fellowship programs globally. Our aim is to connect people who are working on social impact projects, research and enterprises. The network promotes professional networking and collaborative projects and facilitates introductions among members for information on job opportunities, graduate school programs, awards and identification of host institutions for research.
The IFN holds regular in-person events, including our social International Fellows Network Dinners, in San Francisco, Washington, DC, New York City and Berlin, Germany. Our dinners bring together cross-disciplinary groups of leaders to share experiences, ideas, and contacts over a social meal.
If you are a current or former fellow of a fellowship program, such as Fulbright, Boren, NYC Urban Fellows, NSF, Humanity in Action Robert Bosch Fellows, Teach for America and Luce Scholars, among many others, we invite you to join our network. You can request membership to our LinkedIn group to receive invitations to events and announcements. For quick membership approval, please list your fellowship on your LinkedIn profile. If you do not have a LinkedIn account and would like to join, please contact us.
International Fellows Network Events
NYC International Fellows Network Dinner, October 16, 2021. Buy tickets here!
“Collab: A Dialogue on Creative Design Thinking & Entrepreneurship”
Dinner and Talk at STABLE in Washington, DC, February 5, 2020
Fellows Dinner, San Francisco, December 17, 2019, sponsored by the Robertson Foundation for Government
Fellows Dinner, November 2018, sponsored by Stanford’s HAAS Center for Public Service
San Francisco, October 22, 2016
We held our inaugural Esteemed Fellows Dinner in Washington, DC on October 4, 2012. Fellowship alumni from a variety of programs and disciplines attended, including White House Fellows, Fulbright Fellows, New York City Urban Fellows, German Chancellor Fellows, Watson Fellows, Fogarty Fellows, and Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellows, among others. This opportunity provided cross-disciplinary exchange of ideas and professional contacts.