An Eisenhower Fellowship is a lifelong experience. The more than 2,000 men and women who have been awarded an Eisenhower Fellowship since its founding in 1953 are all members of a unique global network of doers.
EF recognizes the unique contributions that Eisenhower Fellows make to accomplish Dwight Eisenhower's vision of a world more peaceful, prosperous and just. What is most exciting about being an Eisenhower Fellow is that it is lifelong. The organization is optimistic about the contribution of Eisenhower Fellows everywhere, as they reduce ignorance and conflict, increase understanding, and promote collaboration.
WITH A RICH 60-YEAR HISTORY, FELLOWS HAVE FOUND MANY WAYS TO CONTINUE THEIR “LIFELONG FELLOWSHIP”.
Eisenhower Fellows have taken on roles ranging from identifying candidates as future Fellows to mentoring newly selected Fellows, to serving on nominating committees, taking leadership positions in one of the national or regional Fellow chapters, and organizing EF Day programs, conferences and other events. Fellows also provide program guidance and hospitality to visiting Fellows. The Global Network Council, President’s Advisory Council and Board of Trustees are conduits for those who seek leadership and service roles with the EF headquarters and worldwide network.