Yoti blog is excited to announce the launch of the Yoti Fellowship Programme. Applications are now open for the fellowship program. one of the signature activities from Their new Social Impact Strategy. From today Yoti Fellowship will be inviting applications. Further, They will be expecting it from individuals interested in helping unlock the potential of digital identities. Also, with a particular focus on local, grassroots issues. Additionally, expenses and a chance to have their findings shared with the wider world.
Moreover, The majority of the digital identity sector tends to focus on the design, adoption and use of large-scale digital identity systems, and how users interact with them. This includes national efforts, such as the Aadhaar ID system in India. Most of this research begins with the technology and works its way down to the people who use it, an approach which has given us something of a knowledge deficit.
- Payment of £30,000 (approximately US$38,000) paid in equal installments over the course of the year,
- receive logistical and technical support from Yoti.
- A small budget for project travel and other expenses up to a maximum of £5,000 will also be available.
- Applicants will carry out their Fellowships from their home countries. However, holding a passport – or being able to get one if needed – would be an advantage in case you need to travel.
- Proficiency in written and spoken English is essential. You must also produce any written materials in English.
- Applicants must be able to provide evidence that they can deliver on their Fellowship proposal, either through a strong CV and/or links to previous (related) work.
- Applicants must be able to provide at least one reference – ideally two- from a qualified person such as a teacher, professor or former employer confirming that, in their opinion, the Fellow is able to carry out the activities proposed.
- The proposal must fit in with one or more of the thematic areas of the Fellowship Programme. Ideally, Fellows should be able to demonstrate a strong connection to the problem, opportunity or issue their proposal addresses.
- Applicants must have a bank account that can accept their quarterly payments using electronic transfer.
- Applicants must be able to work full time on their Fellowship over the course of the year.