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Looks for social innovators working to change the world and address issues regarding open technology, knowledge and learning. Provides 2 types of grants for Fellows: fellowship grant of various amount (based on Fellow’s salary) and a co-investment project funding of up to $250,000 per Fellow per year.




  • Timeline: 2: Summer, Fall
    Location: Any
    Eligibility: Any

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    Uses dynamic international internship programs lasting between 1 – 8 weeks abroad to provide students with the knowledge, experience, skills, and ongoing support necessary to empower marginalized individuals. Participants earn a certificate titled “Social Entrepreneurship: Changemaking for Change Leaders” and work as a consultant alongside social entrerpeneurs and local partners in impact immersion programs in Latin America.




  • Timeline: Many: Year-round
    Location: International (LATIN AMERICA - Chiapas (Mexico), Costa Rica, Guatemala, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic)
    Eligibility: Students (Pre-University, UG, Graduate, or Post-Grad)

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    Funds for summer internships in community organizing for young people 15-23 years old




  • Timeline: 1: Spring
    Location: US (NYC)
    Eligibility: Any (aged 15-23)

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    10 week internship position for undergraduate students (junior or serniors preferred) to oversee the Summer Internship in Community Organizing (SICO) program which enables current grantees to hire young people who are interested in exploring the field of community organizing in NYC. Intern conducts site visits to the SICO interns, coordinates an orientation session, writes a report about the summer program, reviews proposals, participates in program meetings and grantee site visits, and attends funder briefings




  • Timeline: 1: Spring
    Location: US (NYC)
    Eligibility: Student (UG Junior or Senior preferred)

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    Selects a small number of high potential change agents from around the world who are working on disruptive innovations in the areas of healthcare, livelihood development, environment, humanitarian aid/relief, education, and civic engagement, among many others. Fellows work in both the for-profit and not-for-profit worlds, have a positive track record as leaders in social innovation, and join a network of experts, peers, and supporters.




  • You must be nominated for this opportunity.
    Timeline: 1: Summer
    Location: Any
    Eligibility: Any (individual)

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    Leadership development opportunity designed to help high potential working scientists become more effective communicators, collaborators and leaders both within and beyond the traditional bounds of academia. Fellows participate in a special training program, held each October on an island off the coast of Maine; later they attend and give short presentations at the PopTech annual conference, which brings together a global network of cutting-edge leaders, thinkers and doers from diverse disciplines.




  • You must be nominated for this opportunity.
    Timeline: 1: Summer
    Location: Any
    Eligibility: Any (individual)

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    Brings together small, interdisciplinary groups of designers, economists, technologists and social innovators for an immersive residencey at the Rockefeller Foundation’s renowned Bellagio Center on the shores of Lake Como, Italy. Serves as an incubator of unconventional, cross-disciplinary collaboration around critical topics relevant to the lives of poor and vulnerable populations, and also serves as a laboratory for the study of the nature of collaboration itself as a profound tool for creative problem-solving and solution development.




  • You must be nominated for this opportunity.
    Timeline: 1: Spring
    Location: Any
    Eligibility: Any (individual)

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    5-year grant culminating in $625,000 to 20-25 talented individuals nominated yearly who show exceptional creativity in their work, allowing recipients the flexibility to pursue their own artistic, intellectual, and professional activities in the absence of specific obligations or reporting requirements. While there are no limits on age or area of activity, individuals must be nominated.




  • You must be nominated for this opportunity.
    Timeline: 1: Fall
    Location: Any
    Eligibility: Any INDIVIDUAL (U.S. Residents/Citizens)

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    The 12-month program selects Ambassadors who work as entrepreneurs, industry, government, or academia, and are prepared to be leaders and change agents in promoting invention in the STEM fields. There will be advocacy opportunities, public engagement activities and symposiums to engage media, policy makers, and the public.




  • Timeline: 1: Spring
    Location: US
    Eligibility: Any

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    The 12-month fellowship for individuals is dedicated to serving the poor and who have the business, leadership, and operational expertise. The fellowship begins with an eight-week training program in New York that culminates in a nine-month fieldwork with a company in the US or abroad, and long-term connection opportunities post-program.




  • Timeline: 1: Winter
    Location: US (New York), International
    Eligibility: Any

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    Actively searches for social entrepreneurs with new, innovative solutions to solve society’s pressing problems. Fellows receive lifetime network support and stipends that support their research.




  • Timeline: Many: Year-round
    Location: Any
    Eligibility: Any

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    For social entrepreneurs, a course that brings Fellows and faculty together for an intensive week to work on design for maximum impact and scalability in a retreat center on the coast in Bolinas, California. The course gives Fellows the rare opportunity to focus completely on their ideas and a systematic way to apply them. Fellows work directly with staff at six-month intervals to incorporate new information, lessons, and ideas into their formatted design of an Impact Model.




  • You must be nominated for this opportunity.
    Timeline: Rolling
    Location: US (Bolinas, California)
    Eligibility: Any

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    Selects and supports a group of extraordinary entrepreneurs who have the potential to transform industries, communities and countries. Through a rigorous, multi-step selection process (12-18 months), candidates pass a series of local and regional interviews before presenting to panelists from our global business network at International Selection Panels held five to six times each year.




  • Timeline: 6: Year-round (6 selection days Applications are rolling, with many deadlines to apply)
    Location: Any
    Eligibility: Students (MBA students)

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    Selects six Fellows during the spring semester from among the graduating classes at UC Berkeley and Stanford University and provides each a $30,000 stipend to work in the governmental or nonprofit organization that most closely fits their public sector interests. Fellows are matched with a senior-level mentor during their 10-month fellowship. Graduating seniors from any major field of study and attending UC Berkeley in the current academic year (December or May) who have a strong interest in public service are eligible to apply.




  • Timeline: 1: Spring
    Location: UC Berkeley
    Eligibility: Students (Graduating Seniors at UC Berkeley)

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    4-month Summer Research Fellowship that grants 10 $5k grants to engineering students engaged in global development, supported by a grant from the United Engineering Foundation (UEF). The Fellowship is a new offering from E4C’s Innovation Lab, which supports the development of knowledge tools for designers, manufacturers and implementers of poverty‐alleviating products and services. Fellows will deepen their understanding of development engineering through research, analysis and normalization of solutions




  • Timeline: 1: Winter
    Location: Any (The Fellows may be based in their location of residence)
    Eligibility: Students (Engineering) Senior undergraduate, graduate and post-graduates in engineering with a focus and/or specialization in global development aligned to E4C’s target sectors (i.e. Energy, Health, Water, Agriculture, Housing, Transport and Information

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    Haas Foundry Fellows are first and second-year FTMBAs, passionate about helping develop companies at the cutting edge of technology. Fellows work closely with founders to meet business challenges important to products, markets and investors on a 40-60 hour long engineering and business project over the course of a semester, which can also count for up to 10 academic units towards the students’ degree.




  • Timeline: 1: Spring
    Location: UC Berkeley
    Eligibility: Students (MBA students at UC Berkeley Haas)

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    Engineering Foundry Fellows are undergraduate STEM majors passionate about startups, and helping to create tomorrow’s leading companies. Fellows work closely with founders on critical issues related to specification, prototyping, manufacturing and design




  • Timeline: 1: Spring
    Location: UC Berkeley
    Eligibility: Students (UG STEM major students)

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    Finalists and semi-finalists of the Milken-Penn GSE Education Business Plan Competition can apply for a 6-month hybrid of virtual weekly learning sessions and five in-person weekend intensives helping entrepreneurs build their companies, with guidance from business and edtech experts in the field.




  • Timeline: 1: Winter
    Location: Any
    Eligibility: Semi-Finalists and Finalists of the Milken-Penn GSE Education Business Plan Competition are eligible to join

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