Global Good Fund Opens 2021 Fellowship Application Process
The Global Good Fund announced the opening of their 2021 Fellowship Application. The Global Good Fund Fellowship is a 12-month leadership program for high-potential innovators who are passionate about making a difference in the lives of others. The Fellowship program develops the skills of social entrepreneurs from around the world by equipping them with coaching, mentoring, and capital to accelerate their impact. The application will be open from May 18 through June 30, 2020.
The Fellowship program develops entrepreneurs by pairing each person with an executive coach and a c-suite business mentor, while providing leadership assessment resources, a network of peers, sector expertise, and targeted financial capital.
The Application Can be Found HERE.
“By investing in social entrepreneurs, the Global Good Fund Fellowship creates ripple effects of social impact that make the world a better place through business,” said Carrie Rich, Co-Founder and CEO of the Global Good Fund. “The COVID-19 Pandemic has shown us that now more than ever, it is important to invest in organizations that make social impact a key part of their missions.”
Ideal Fellows are dedicated to their own self-discovery and development, are under 40 years of age, hold a leadership position at their social enterprise which has been operating for at least one year, and demonstrate coachability.
Read More About Selection Criteria HERE.
Since the organization’s founding in 2012, The Global Good Fund has supported 130 fellows across 35 countries whose work has impacted 8.5 million lives globally.
The Global Good Fund (GGF) is a nonprofit social enterprise built by social entrepreneurs for social entrepreneurs.The Global Good Fund serves to identify leaders who stand to achieve greater social impact. We believe growing leaders is the most effective strategy for solving complex social problems & achieving global good. GGF is based in M.d. Visit TheGlobalGoodFund.com for more information.
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