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The Yunus&Youth 2020 Global Fellowship Program for early-stage young social entrepreneurs.

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The Yunus&Youth 2020 Global Fellowship Program for early-stage young social entrepreneurs.

Yunus&Youth enable early-stage young social entrepreneurs to create stronger positive social impact, while also helping them to become financially sustainable by providing mentoring, business training and access to a global network.

Yunus&Youth offers a 6-month Global Fellowship Program to help exceptional young people running businesses doing good.

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Application Deadline: February 16th, 2020 11:59 PM EST (GMT-5)

By training talented young social business leaders and accelerating their enterprises with the right resources, we cultivate a highly capable and impactful next generation of social entrepreneurs wherever they are.

Be part of an individually tailored online mentoring program with an experienced mentor who will provide professional guidance

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Participate in expert webinars with our social business professionals

Increase your network by being part of a global class of exclusively selected young social entrepreneurs

Receive support on focus areas and see your business grow and be taken to the next level

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Requirements

Y&Y Fellows are selected based on the following criteria:

  • Demonstrated dedication and commitment to building a social business and solving a social issue in their community;
  • Willingness to receive professional guidance and work hard to grow and develop their social business;
  • Being the founder, co-founder or having full decision-making power in the organization;
  • Fluency in English;
  • Generally between 18-30 years old with a few exceptions made for outstanding applicants over 30.

Special consideration for:

  • Solutions that represent an advance in the way of tackling a problem to accelerate the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals;
  • Ideas that integrate new technologies;
  • Innovations that specifically target problems faced by any of the following groups: youth, women, ethnic/racial minorities, LGBTQ+, refugees and displaced persons or persons with disability.

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