a fellowship program to empower social entrepreneurs, artists, activists, scholars and other catalysts to increase awareness, understanding and engagement around pressing areas of public interest, with particular attention to underrepresented communities and their ideas
Code for America is a non-partisan, non-political 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2009 to address the widening gap between the public and private sectors in their effective use of technology and design. According to its website, the organization works with residents and governments in solving community problems.
Code for America's Community Fellowship program pairs local Brigade talent with government to improve services for vulnerable people they serve.
Established in 1966, the Fellows Program is a cornerstone of Institute life and the only program of its kind at Harvard University or anywhere else. An IOP Fellowship offers the rare opportunity for professionals in politics and public service to spend a semester at Harvard sharing their experiences with students and exploring important public issues with a distinguished
The Vanguard conference is an experiential urban leadership gathering of rising urban leaders working to improve cities across sectors, including urban planning, community development, entrepreneurship, government, transportation, sustainability, design, art and media. By selection only.
The Shuttleworth Foundation offers fellowships to individuals to implement their innovative idea for social change. We are most interested in exceptional ideas at the intersection between technology, knowledge and learning, with openness being the key requirement.
A digital hub where people determined to change the world can find a job, discover workshops and courses, locate funding, hire the right team, connect with mission-driven companies, share best practices, or learn from others who are using their careers to make an impact.
Mit dem Fellow-Programm Freies Wissen unterstützen Wikimedia Deutschland, der Stifterverband und die VolkswagenStiftung Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler dabei, ihre Forschung und Lehre offen zu gestalten. Das Fellow-Programm startet im September in die vierte Programmrunde, wieder werden 20 Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler aus verschiedenen Disziplinen gefördert und dabei unterstützt, ihre wissenschaftliche Arbeit offen(er) zu gestalten.