2019 Global Good Fund Fellowship For Social Entrepreneurs

Submission Deadline for Phase 1: June 30, 2018

The Global Good Fund accelerates the leadership of social entrepreneurs around the world. Through our Fellowship program, The Global Good Fund invests in the human capital of high potential leaders committed to tackling some of today’s greatest social challenges. The result is empowered leaders who scale their social enterprises and ultimately deliver sustainable social impact. We believe growing leaders is the most effective strategy for solving complex social problems and achieving global good.

Following a rigorous five-stage process, selected Global Good FundFellows embark on a structured 12-month journey of experiential learning, leadership development coaching, and executive mentoring that leverages proprietary leadership development tools and methods honed since 2012. At our core is The Global Good Fund 360 MIRROR – the first evidence-based leadership assessment created specifically for social entrepreneurs. Our proven leadership development tools and services are also available to individuals, social enterprise organizations, NPO’s and impact-driven corporations.

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The Global Good Fund Fellowship application is comprised of three [3] parts:
Phase 1: Preliminary Questionnaire
Phase 2: Detailed Report
Phase 3: Virtual Site Visit

Phase I consists of a preliminary questionnaire that is reviewed for alignment with Fellowship criteria.
In order to be considered for the fellowship, candidates must meet the following minimum requirements:

*Enterprise that the candidate leads is at least one-year old;
*Enterprise must have at least one full-time employee in addition to the candidate;
*Candidate is committed full‐time to running his/her enterprise;
*Candidate is under 40 years of age (if 40 or older, explain rationale for joining fellowship);
*Candidate should not be currently receiving formal coaching/mentoring support;
*Candidate has to be in a position where s/he has decision making power.

Candidates who meet the requirements will be invited to participate in Phase II of the application process.

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