Undergraduate students and recent graduates from Africa are invited to participate in a six-week online fellowship. This program will provide experiential learning opportunities for career development to youth aged 16 to 30. The deadline is on 9 November 2020.
ZeroToOne High Impact Leaders Fellowship is a non-profit organisation, focused on reducing unemployment by equipping youths with transformational digital, entrepreneurial and employability skills.
Their mission is to raise highly effective leaders that will shape the future with impactful careers, technology, entrepreneurship, and civic leadership.
ZeroToOne High Impact Leaders Fellowship is a six-week learning programme designed to identify and grow talented young people into career and business leaders while giving them the opportunity to apply their skills, passions, and interests to provide solutions to pressing needs in their community. ZHILF is completely free.
However, it is highly competitive so fellows are expected to show a positive level of commitment.
The fellowship will take place throughout online.
The platforms to use will be communicated to the selected applicants.
The deadline is on 9 November 2020.
Applicants must be 16 to 30 years of age. Current undergraduate students or recent graduates from an African country are eligible to apply. Strong command of English is required.
Participants should be willing to commit to the expected workload for six weeks and participate in group discussions and individual tasks.
Find out more here.
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