I am trying to write my CV and I was wondering how I could list this very particular award/training I have:
I am from Bolivia and my ex-university has an agreement with the Harvard Kennedy School; earlier this year my Uni alongside the U.S. Embassy held up a contest where the winners could go to the Kennedy School as well as Dartmouth as a visitor program, similar to this: Harvard College - Visiting Undergraduate Student Program.
The main focus of the lessons there was development, in my case international development. We also had to present what the current climate was in Bolivia to some professors and students and got to meet plenty of the heads of school and other professors that had worked for the U.S. embassy in Bolivia.
First of all, I have no idea how to put this into my CV, should I put it under awards or training? The selection process selected less than 1% of the total student body to go, we were only 8 students, so it was quite the privilege, not to mention it included the travel expenses + accommodation as well as a daily "allowance".
I am hesitant to put it under training because no diploma or certification was given to us, we weren't even graded; when I asked the embassy representatives, they mentioned that no formal paper or certificate would be issued but we had been added to the embassy's to some kind of list of remarkable Bolivians, etc. and that they would also provide references through email when needed.
Any ideas? Has anyone had something similar before? I know it may not seem like a lot, but considering I am from Bolivia and still a student this could definitely help me get at least a few internships.