PeaceX BookPecker Fellowship Program is an outstanding online fellowship program for students who want to change society and promote literacy positively. PeaceX encourages highly-spirited and extrovert individuals to apply for BookPecker Fellowship Program and get a chance to work with the global network of leaders promoting literacy around the world. Approximately 56 volunteers will be selected from more than 40 countries of the world.
In the past, many students from renowned organizations of the world had volunteered the BookPecker Fellowship Program like Harvard University, Cambridge University, King’s College London, University of Alberta, Georgia Tech University, and the University of Delhi and many pioneering companies in the consulting, public sector, education, FMGC, software development, real estate, oil and gas industries, and social sector.
PeaceX is a member of UNEP Major Group for Children and Youth that has started the BookPecker Fellowship Program aiming to promote literacy in every corner of the world and redefine the ways of teaching in this technological era. The fellow workers at PeaceX come from a wide range of professional backgrounds and experiences. They pool talent to develop new approaches to topics, improve current teaching methodologies, develop bite-sized audiovisual modules, lead student sessions, and contribute to the digitization of education.
The BookPecker Fellowship Program aims to redefine the curriculum according to the technological aspects for new subjects that are the requirement of time as well as for traditional subjects common all around the world. Some common traditional subjects are English, Sociology, Mathematics, Science, Basic Legal & Human Rights while the new ones will be like Innovation & Extracurricular Studies, Sustainable Development Studies, Practical Skills, Special Education Needs, Happiness Curriculum & Mental Health, Cognitive Concepts, Health & Hygiene, Menstrual Health, and Computer Literacy.
Here are more details about the BookPecker Fellowship Program
Deadline is November 7, 2021