YoungPoor Scholar Fellows Program 2021
By rephrasing our most intractable issues and identifying solutions that empower poor young people to take action, the YoungPoor Scholar Fellows Program 2021 is creating a blueprint for our cultural future - increase student enrollment, graduation and equity in higher education
Each fellow will submit their reframed social vision and the precise tested steps required to accomplish it at the conclusion of the year.
Their future is reframed in a straightforward manner.
The steps necessary to get there are defined.
The Scholar Fellows
Simple alterations in viewpoint have resulted in massive transformation throughout history. Our global society is today confronted with a slew of apparently insurmountable issues. The YoungPoor Scholar Fellows Program is designed to give Poor young people, and drop-out adults the opportunity to take a step back, gain a new perspective, and develop an action plan in order to address their most critical concerns.
The Fellowship program is a full year intense learning opportunity for young people, who cannot afford going to college or university, due to lack of money and live in Zambia, Malawi, Botswana, Eswatini and Namibia.
It is hosted at the Centre for eLearning and IT Research in Lusaka once a year.
Fellows will be given a year to learn, investigate, design, and implement a basic practical change plan. How might we redefine poor? What is the best way to rethink poverty? What is the best way to rethink education? What is the question you have that has the potential to change the world?
The fellowship is cohort-based, including monthly remote collaborations and in-person meetings several times a year. A small startup fund is given to each fellow, as well as ongoing mentoring, support, and access to experts.
Fellows Are Awarded
Free Learning Courses in technology, humanities, business, Fashion Technology and Art & Design (fellows have a choice of a Course).
Conferred with a Higher Diploma by the highest academic institution and the regulatory body in Zambia.
Motivated co-working opportunity and a well-structured work atmosphere.
Expert coaches in your chosen field.
Travels to various locations within and outside the country to conduct research
3 months work experience in reputable companies
A $1,000 startup capital is available at the end of the fellowship.
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