Transforming respect from a discretionary value to a global principle.

Submitting TED Fellowship Application This Week!

Hello my worldly blog followers! I have been away from the Internet and this blog for days as I worked to prepare my TED Fellowship application to submit on behalf of the “Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle” global initiative to “transform respect from a discretionary value to a global principle” thereby raising the standard of living and quality of life of all people … so I am sure you understand and appreciate my absenteeism.

As always, thank you for coming by and I hope your week holds something that excites you and fills you with hope too!

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Hello Kaitlin Ann,

Thank you for applying to be a TED2019 Fellow. The response to the Fellows program continues to be extraordinary — the size and exceptional nature of each application cycle is more impressive than the last, making decisions increasingly difficult. Unfortunately, due the to phenomenal nature of all of our applicants, we are unable to offer you a Fellowship for TED2019.

Thank you again for taking the time to apply. The passion so evident in your application will undoubtedly bring you success in your current and future endeavors.

We thank you for your support and hope that you continue to be a part of the TED community through, TED-Ed, the Open Translation Project, and the TEDx program.

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the TED Fellowship

“Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.” Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., one of my role models.

Another step on the staircase for me is submitting my TED Fellowship application!

Thanks TED for the opportunity and references for making this possible! And of course, thank God for putting the “Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle” concept and global initiative into my heart, mind, and spirit, plus what I need to fulfill the mission!


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TED FELLOWSHIP 2019 … Information and Application Form … DEADLINE August 26, 2018

The TED Fellows program is turning ten years old next year, and we are looking for our most ambitious class yet. We select people from every discipline and every country to be Fellows, and we give them support to scale their dreams and scale their impact.

Apply to be a TED Fellow by August 26.

Who are TED Fellows? Fellows are individuals with original work, a record of achievement in their field and exceptional potential. They are also courageous, collaborative people dedicated to improving life where they work.

How do we help you dream bigger? The Fellows program is robust, long-term and, we think, unlike any other Fellowship out there. From our open application process to our rigorous support systems, we have designed a program that maximizes innovation and collaboration.

Fellows get career coaching and speaker training as well as mentorship and public relations guidance. Fellows also give a talk at a TED Conference, a huge opportunity to share their work with a wide, new audience. And perhaps most important, Fellows join the community of 450+ other Fellows who inspire one another and collaborate on new projects.

What have Fellows done after joining the program? In our nearly 10-year history, the Fellows program has sparked remarkable cultural change and reached millions of people. With the support of TED, Fellows have conserved large swaths of our planet, protecting many species in the process. They’ve made headway in understanding complex diseases like Parkinson’s, cancer and malaria. They’ve created art that shines a light on injustice and made music that celebrates our history. They’ve made huge strides in robotics and 4-D printing and launched new startups. They’ve passed laws and have gone on to win Oscars, Grammys and MacArthur “genius” grants. And in the process, Fellows have improved conditions on our planet for countless communities and inspired others to pursue their own unconventional projects.

Our application is straightforward. It’s open to everyone (no one is appointed a Fellow; everyone has to apply), and we encourage you to apply even if you’re not sure you’re qualified. We have a way of picking winners before they know it.

The online application can take as little as 20 minutes. It asks for general biographical information, short essays on your work and three references. We don’t have an upper age limit, but you must be 18 or older to apply. If you’re selected, you will be part of our 10-year anniversary class, and you will need to reserve April 13 through April 20, 2019, for TED2019 and our own very special pre-conference.

So dream bigger. Apply to be a TED Fellow today. Click on following link …

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