Africa Business & Social Change Fellowship
The Africa Business & Social Change (ABSC) Fellowship is a 12-month global team experience providing virtual/remote support to local African organizations (with earned opportunities for international travel)
Choose from 8 fellowship themes:
- Finance, Admin, and HR
- Social Media/Marketing
- Proposal Writing/Grant Writing
- Client Outreach/Contract Management
- iCollect – Research, Analysis & Evaluation
- iStaff/iTrain – Local Staffing, Recruitment, and Training
- iTest –Education Services/Tutoring
- iReach – Outreach Programs
Bachelors, Masters, or PhD degree holders (Mandatory)
Must have a minimum of 2 years of relevant work experience after Bachelors, Masters, and PhD– this is a non-negotiable requirement
2020-2021 FELLOWSHIP APPLICATIONS - DEADLINE EXTENDED
ILC AFRICA HAS EXTENDED THE DEADLINE FOR THE ABSC FELLOWSHIP APPLICATIONS FOR A 5TH AND FINAL ROUND.
FINAL APPLICATION DEADLINE: APRIL 30th, 2020
Full Application Process:
Stage 1: Complete application form https://forms.gle/vLETnqGx4ja344rS7
Stage 2: Applicants will be shortlisted within 30 days of application submission. Shortlisted applicants interviewed and submit practical skills assessments
Stage 3: Final announcement and confirmation of roles in May 2020
Stage 4: Fellowship begins in June/July 2020
Complete the 2020-2021 ABSC Fellowship Application Form: https://forms.gle/vLETnqGx4ja344rS7
For questions, email: email@example.com
Esinam Yevu has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Ashesi University. Having studied abroad at Swarthmore College, Bryn Mawr College and University of Pennsylvania (Wharton Business School), her interests span the fields of education, health and international relations. Nigeria, Liberia and Sudan are the countries she has had the privilege of working in aside Ghana. Her long-term goal is to channel her skills towards public-private sector initiatives that bring value to communities on the African continent. Esinam is an avid reader who also loves to swim.
Cara Vetsch received her Bachelor’s Degree from the College of William and Mary in Virginia, USA, majoring in both Government and Applied Mathematics. She has worked across a broad variety of sectors, ranging from cybersecurity to women’s empowerment to international development. She has experience in geospatial analysis, statistical analysis, and is competent in a variety of programming languages. Previously, she conducted research on extracting indicators from a large corpus of international development program evaluations, as well as utilizing textual analysis software to analyze media coverage of migrant groups. She has experience working in Kenya, Denmark, and Sudan, and enjoys reading and doing yoga in her free time.
Christiana Pierre-Paul has a bachelor’s degree in Economics and a minor in International Relations from American University. She is passionate about international development within the African continent. Throughout her experience working at diverse international organizations, such as US African Development Foundation, Corporate Council on Africa, and The Whitaker Group, she has gained exposure to the various ways development can be achieved on the continent. Particularly, she is interested in encouraging investment in youth entrepreneurship in Africa, as she believes it can foster innovation, human capital, and long term growth for the continent. In her free time, Christiana enjoys photography, traveling, and learning about the universe.
Davelle Heath Jr. has a bachelor’s degree in Communication with a Certificate in Peace, Justice, and Conflict transformation from the University of Louisville. Davelle also has a master’s in Public Health from Morehouse School of Medicine. Davelle is passionate about social justice and social change. He has conducted research with the United States Army, North Carolina Central University, and Morehouse School of Medicine. Davelle has a strong interest in linking the bridge between health and communications through marketing practices. In his free time, Davelle enjoys writing poetry, kickboxing, and binge-watching television shows.