Atlas Corps Fellowship is looking for applications from youthful pioneers all around the globe for its fellowship program to address basic social issues by creating pioneers, fortifying associations, and advancing advancement
Atlas Corps is an abroad fellowship for the world’s best charitable pioneers. Our main goal is to address basic social issues by creating pioneers, reinforcing associations, and advancing development through an abroad cooperation of gifted philanthropic experts. The Atlas Corps Fellowship ordinarily endures 12-year and a half. (For those serving in the United States, openings begin in January, May, September.) Fellows serve full-time at Host Organizations, create authority aptitudes, and learn not-for-profit best practices through the Atlas Corps Global Leadership Lab proficient improvement arrangement and systems administration openings with different Fellows who are gifted not-for-profit experts from around the globe. This prestigious association incorporates medical coverage, enlistment in Atlas Corps Global Leadership Lab, flight and visa costs, and a living stipend to cover fundamental costs (sustenance, neighborhood transportation, and shared lodging).
At least two years of significant experience
Four year certification or proportionate
English capability (oral, composition, perusing)
Age 35 or more youthful
Apply to serve in a nation other than where you are from (U.S. natives are not qualified for the U.S. fellowship)
Duty to come back to your nation of origin after the 12-18 month Fellowship
Duty to living on a fundamental stipend that exclusive spreads nourishment, shared lodging, and neighborhood transportation
Number of Awardees: Not determined
Estimation of Fellowship: This fellowship incorporates medical coverage, enlistment in Atlas Corps Global Leadership Lab, flight and visa costs, and a living stipend to cover fundamental costs (sustenance, neighborhood transportation, and shared lodging).
Application Deadline: 19th December, 2016
Qualified Countries: All
To be taken at (nation): Various host nationsnations
Grant Provider: Atlas Corps