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1 Dec, 2015
1 Dec, 2015
The program aims to inculcate in participants a strong sense of social justice and integrity while also producing the kind of effective and innovative change agents who can bring about transformative change in South African society. Fellows are anticipated to go on to become influential and prominent leaders in government and civil society, occupying a variety of positions.
This is a 6 month fellowship and fellows are required to be in attendance Monday – Thursday from 9am–3:45pm, in Parktown, Johannesburg, from the beginning of February to the end of July. Thirty individuals will be accepted onto the program, and will receive a monthly stipend of R5 000.
Age limit: 30
Citizenship: South African citizenship or permission to reside in South Africa (with the long term view of staying in the country)
Academic: Participants need to at least be in possession of an undergraduate degree before the program commences in February 2016. Open to Honours & Masters students as well
Program of study: Social science students (albeit not exclusively)
Closing Date: Friday, 11 December 2015 at midnight