African ChangeMakers Fellowship Program for Emerging Leaders

Applications for the African ChangeMakers Fellowship Program for emerging leaders. The fellowship selects impressive African visionaries, changemakers, game-changers, impact-makers, agent of change, movers and shakers of enterprise and innovation between the ages of 25-40 years to train, upskills and empower them with globally accepted trainings that cut across all industry sectors. These allows fellows impact their business, career and community positively across Africa, the diaspora and the global world.

The fellowship uses digital online/virtual connectivity as e-learning tools and as in-person (offline) to deliver educational and capacity development across the 54 African countries the 54 African countries in Civic Engagement, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Project Management, Techpreneur, Social Enterprise, Mentorship, SDG, African Union 2063 Agenda, African Union Youth Policy, AFcFTA, and much more.

ELIGIBILITY

25-40 years old

A citizen from any of the 54 African countries.

Training is in English Language – can read and speak in English.

Have access to internet, data, computer, laptop or mobile device to connect to online program.

Able to commit a full 3- 4 hours a week to the online program or be able to attend the in-person training.

Passionate about using their skills to make positive impact in their community and businesses.

Interested in leadership and entrepreneurship for Africa sustainable development.

Can demonstrate leadership and collaborative skills with people.

Can demonstrate initiative, self-direction, and a “can-do” attitude.

Deadline: November 30, 2021

Grant Sector:
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Human Rights & Democracy
  • Development
  • Leadership
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