Engineers without Borders: Junior Fellowship Program – deadline Oct 14, 2016

Are you interested in bringing about systemic change? Do you want to build a more equal and sustainable world? Engineers without Border’s Junior Fellows work at the intersection of poverty, systemic change, innovation, and education – gaining unique experience and valuable insight on development and systemic change. The Junior Fellowship Program is designed to go beyond a traditional internship or leadership program. The Fellowship begins in Canada with six months of preparation, followed by four months of individually leading change with one of EWB’s Ventures in Canada or in Africa. Upon completing their work placements, Fellows continue their engagement with eight months of leadership in their communities across Canada. Junior Fellows are humble and mature problem-solvers, excited to promote learning about systemic change, and with an existing understanding of complexity, social justice and development.

Applications are due Oct 14 and you can apply via

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