Apply for Gratitude Network Fellowship 2021. The Gratitude Network Fellowship is a 12-month virtual leadership development program designed to help social entrepreneurs hone their leadership skills, work with their teams more effectively, and increase their organization’s impact.
Gratitude Network Fellowship has the following benefits
- Coaching: Are matched and meet at least monthly with a highly-skilled Leadership Coach
- Learning: Regularly scheduled topic based Webinars
- Advising: Receive support from Expert Advisors to tackle operational and execution issues
- Leadership Summit: Have the opportunity to attend the Gratitude Network’s annual Leadership Summit – a multi-day networking, learning and collaboration event
- Network: Remain a valued member of the Gratitude Network Alumni and family for continued support, connection, and collaboration
- Connection: Meet regularly with their peer Fellows for networking, problem solving, and partnership.
- Visibility: Are given visibility on the Gratitude Network website, social media, newsletter and various virtual and live events
- Part One: A preliminary questionnaire designed to confirm alignment with the Fellowship eligibility standards. Applicants who meet the requirements will be invited to complete Part 2 of the application. Submission Deadline: August 20, 2021
- Part Two: *For Invited Applicants* Part 2 of the application includes additional questions and requests designed to share more information about the Applicant and organization. Submission Deadline: September 10, 2021
- Part Three: Finalists will be invited to submit additional information on their Applicant and organization. Finalists will also be invited to an individual or group interview with the Gratitude Network. Submission Deadline: September 10, 2021
Organization is at least one-year old and should have at least two full-time employees (including the Applicant). its beneficiaries must primarily be children/youth and should be serving children/youth in one of the following categories:
- Education such as school systems, training of teachers, education technology, and early childhood programs as well as how/what children learn at school or outside of the classroom (e.g. after-school or summer programs).
- Health and Wellbeing such as addressing children’s basic needs, including poverty alleviation, nutrition, water, safe shelter, disease prevention, mental health, and social-emotional health.
- Children’s Rights such as protecting children and families from abuse, exploitation, trafficking, incarceration, and other harm, as well as other advocacy.
- Committed full‐time to the social enterprise organization.
- Strategic decision-making power for the social enterprise as the organization’s Founder/Co-Founder, Executive Director, CEO, or similar level role.
- Committed to actively participate in the Coaching and leadership development process with honesty, self-reflection, and self-motivation.
- Able to commit to the time commitments of the Fellowship.
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