Year Here Fellowship

7 days left

London (Greater)
We offer a package of bursaries and accommodation
25 Oct 2016
02 Nov 2016

Year Here is a platform for graduates and young professionals who want to build smart responses to social problems.

Over 10 months, our Fellows learn from, and design with, people at the frontline of inequality – in care homes, hostels and youth services across London.

Supported by a network including The Cabinet Office, Bain & Co, and Future Gov – if selected, you will:

  • Serve on the frontline. Your first 5 months will be spent in homeless shelters, care homes and community centres, learning first-hand from the people hit hardest by inequality - and designing innovative measures to boost your placement's impact.
  • Build ventures. You’ll build your own projects from the get-go, with opportunities to secure seed investment from O2 and The Funding Network.
  • Learn from expert faculty. You’ll be assigned a personal mentor and receive extensive training from a faculty of more than 60 leaders from across the social sector – people who specialise in fields from entrepreneurship, to policy, and community development.
  • Develop a diverse portfolio. From delivering community consultations for local government clients to running 24 hr challenges with your peers, you’ll deliver a broad range of social action projects along the way.

There are no course fees. Unlike a traditional Master’s degree or postgraduate course, we cover your tuition fee.

We also offer packages of accommodation and bursaries.

This is a unique opportunity to join a growing movement of activists and entrepreneurs.

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