12 Months Fellowship in Rwanda

The Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village (ASYV), a residential community for teenage orphans in Rwanda and home to over 500 teenagers, invites 10 international Fellows. They will spend 12 months living and working in the Village. Deadline to apply is August 14th.

Fellows become an integral part of the staff team that enables the Village to fulfill its goal of providing a nurturing home and exemplary formal and informal education to kids. In addition to their professional role, each Fellow joins a family and serves as a mentor to 16 teenage students who are in their first year of living in the Village. Applicants are matched with open positions based on interest, skills, and experience.

ASYV provides all Village Fellows with room and board, a monthly stipend, comprehensive medical and evacuation insurance, Rwandan Visa, and round-trip airfare to Rwanda. Fellows are responsible for all other costs not listed above.

Eligible candidates go through a comprehensive screening and interview process. 

Visit ASYV official website to find out more.

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