The MBC Youth Fellowship prepares the next generation of agribusiness managers in Africa. High-performing youth interested in the agricultural sector are put through a rigorous one-month Foundation Learning focused on developing practical managerial skills followed by a five month work placement in a high-growth agribusiness.
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SGB Sector Career Resources
A number of organizations and programs are available to help kickstart your career in the SGB Sector and supporting you in developing critical skills, facilitating short term assignments, and placing talent in social impact organizations.
The Alterna Fellowship is a 6-12 month, 360-degree program that offers a hands-on experience with an organization that is pioneering the social entrepreneurship and impact investment sector, Alterna fellows gain the critical skills, contextual insights and connection to a global network to advance their careers and catalyze impact.
For more than 30 years, Echoing Green has been on the front lines of solving the world’s biggest problems by raising up transformational leaders who challenge the status quo. Their full-time, 18-month Fellowship includes seed funding, expert partners, retreats and networking events, and wellbeing support.
The Kumvana Fellowship program provides 10 to 15 African innovators and leaders both regional and global opportunities to develop business and social skills and collaborate with like-minded leaders for improved social and economic impact each year. It includes an eight-week online learning course, one week of leadership training in Toronto, a leadership retreat held in East or West Africa, and a month-long road show across Canada.
The LGT Impact Fellowship offers experienced business professionals the opportunity to apply their skills to create positive impact with leading companies and organizations around the world. Fellows work on the ground with for-profit companies or non-profit organizations from our global portfolios with the aim to strengthen their organizational capacity, thus contributing to their success.
The Rotary Peace Fellowship is designed for leaders with work experience in peace and development. Its fellows are committed to community and international service and the pursuit of peace. Each year, The Rotary Foundation awards up to 50 fellowships for master’s degrees and 80 for certificate studies at premier universities.
Agricultural Cooperative Development International (ACDI) and Volunteers in Overseas Cooperative Assistance (VOCA) have mobilized over 12,000 volunteers to more than 130 developing countries by offering highly skilled volunteer assistance to farmers, NGOs, cooperative associations, businesses, and universities. Currently, they have student, corporate, and professional volunteering opportunities.
Since 2008, Bankers without Borders has connected skilled volunteers with some of the world’s most promising social enterprises to help increase their organizational capacity, transfer skills and knowledge to their workforces, and deepen their impact. Today, more than 19,700 professionals, from more than 170 countries and representing an array of professional backgrounds and industries are part of the global skillanthropy movement to end poverty.
Seed is a Stanford GSB-led initiative that’s working to end the cycle of global poverty by training entrepreneurs in emerging markets to build thriving enterprises that transform lives. Seed-trained entrepreneurs, empowered with leadership know-how and one-on-one support, are making an impact by scaling and strengthening their companies as well as creating valuable local, regional, and global networks.
Amani supports support both entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs to create lives of meaning and impact through a new model of higher education. The offer a number of courses held both globally as well as in individual markets.
Located at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS) at Monterey, CSIL is designed to serve the full spectrum of emerging social entrepreneurs—from undergraduates to graduate students to young professionals, offering them both valuable learning experiences in the social enterprise field and seamless transitions from one stage of professional development to the next.
MovingWorlds is a curated online marketplace connecting professional talent with social enterprises around the world. Connect as a professional, social enterprise, corporation, impact investor, foundation, or capacity builder.
ReWork offers talent-related services supporting mission-driven organizations at every stage of growth and supporting talent across their career lifespan.
Shortlist is a platform that matches skilled professionals with meaningful careers globally.
The Beeck Center for Social Impact + Innovation at Georgetown University created a platform to generate quick and meaningful connections during and after the global COVID-19 crisis. Browse roles or opportunities and interested candidates.
NextBillion is an open forum for the development through enterprise sector. Based at the William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan, the site is a community of business leaders, social entrepreneurs, NGO managers, policy makers, academics and others exploring the connection between development and for-profit business.
PCDN creates successful changemakers by offering resource guides to attain grade school, online education, fellowships, jobs, networking opportunities and more. PCDN’s meta-job lists in social change jobs has over 250k views.
SOCAP is a multi-platform organization dedicated to the flow of capital towards social good.