The Youth Innovation Fellowship is a unique opportunity for young community workers, researchers, changemakers, and activists to carry out a policy relevant projects that address issues directly related to the sectors in which the Foundation works: the education system, the justice system, and the not-for-profit sector.
The Fellowship will support 1-2 individuals under the age of 30 to design and implement a policy-relevant project. Fellowships are usually 12 months in duration and comes with an award of $20,000 per fellow.
Successful applicants need to demonstrate the policy relevance of their projects and potential to contribute to a longstanding systemic issue and what they expect to learn.
Have a question? Get in touch with our program manager Betul Keles at firstname.lastname@example.org.