New or Continuing Employment in Asia Pacific, Hawaii or U.S. Mainland

APLP Fellows network at the World Bank. Thuan Le (second from right) interned with Gender Entrepreneurship Markets at the IFC/World Bank.

Continuing Employment


APLP Fellows may choose to return to their previous position after the fall term.  They return with new skills and fresh ideas from the program.  Promotion on return is not uncommon. 


New Employment


Fellows transitioning to a new position find the East-West Center opportunity network a rich resource.  The EWC Alumni Associates and APLP staff encourage fellows to connect with alumni in their professional or regional area of interest.  Fellows may choose a short-term position or internships in the spring to experiment in a new field or location.  For qualifying fellows from outside the U.S., visa extensions may allow for U.S.-based positions in the spring.