Fellowships to attend 2016 Opportunity Collaboration in Mexico

PCDNetwork Founder Dr. Craig Zelizer and Dr. Catalina Rojas, PCDN's Director of Innovation will be Delegates to the 2016 Opportunity Collaboration, connecting with leaders in poverty alleviation from around the globe from October 9-14, 2016 Cancún Yucatán, Mexico

Join us and 400+other changemakers as a 2016 Delegate! For more information seewww.OpportunityCollaboration.net

Opportunity Collaboration works best for top-level executives and trustees from their respective organizations. Applications are preferred from individuals with senior leadership positions and records of accomplishment.

Fellowships are available for select candidates:

Cordes Fellowships award:  $2,200-$2,950 scholarships to innovative nonprofit leaders and social entrepreneurs so they can attend Opportunity Collaboration as full Delegates.

Cordes Fellows are high-impact, innovative, entrepreneurial for-profit and nonprofit organization executives with a demonstrated commitment to economic justice and poverty alleviation.

Award for non-OECD countries (developing economies): $2,950.00 full scholarship.

Award for OECD countries (developed economies): $2,200.00 scholarship (fellow pays $750.00 registration for 5-day program, accommodations and meals).

Fellows are responsible for their own travel costs, intinerary, and documentation.

Apply before January 31st for 2016 fellowships! Delegates without financial need can enroll before December 31st for early-bird rates.

Opportunity Collaboration convenes impact investors, grant makers, social entrepreneurs and nonprofit executives building sustainable solutions to poverty around the globe, along with aligned corporate, academic and media leaders.

Welcome to Opportunity Collaboration

Opportunity Collaboration is predicated on the powerful idea that out of fragmentation can come collaboration, from diversity can come unity, and from cross-fertilization can come innovation. The power of collaboration does not presume a single outcome. Rather, it draws its power from the conviction that people of good will forge their own solutions, directions and alliances and uncover new ways to combine and leverage resources.

None of us can afford to waste our time, so here are some elements you will want to know:

1 - Delegates are diversified and balanced among 400 foundation trustees, impact investors, innovative nonprofit executives, academic & corporate field leaders, and social entrepreneurs. Because there is no off-site housing available, space is truly limited.

2 - This working meeting on poverty reduction is unlike any other event you have attended. No plenary speeches, no panels, no powerpoints. Agenda sessions are conversations and dialogues with your peers in poverty alleviation.

3 - Global networking opportunities abound. No admonitions against touting your own passion, work, institutional priorities or partnership opportunities. Leverage resources, share innovations, enlist allies, build coalitions and create force multipliers. See ourSuccess Stories for a sampling of Delegate outcomes.
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