BANGKOK — Devcurate launches the inaugural class of Impact Fellows in partnership with Asian Development Bank’s Youth for Asia (YfA). The Impact Fellowship is a unique professional development programme designed for promising young professionals who are passionate about creating positive social change in their community.

We are accepting applications for the inaugural class of Impact Fellows — Deadline 4 November 2021

The Impact Fellowship programme offers promising young students, young professionals, and advocates a comprehensive, six-month fellowship that will grant them access to a dedicated professional and personal development programme, hands-on career coaching and mentoring, and exposure to the wider spectrum of organizations working in the development sector.

If you are interested in development work, looking for opportunities to learn and share with others, boost your skills, and pursuing a career in the sector, we would like to hear from you!

⁍ Training and mentoring by industry experts and professionals from top development organizations.
⁍ Improved employability, soft skills, and career-related skills that will help you chart your impact career path.
⁍ Industry connection and network with some of the most exceptional individuals within the
impact space.
⁍ Personalized support and life-time access to career recommendations by Devcurate.
⁍ Much more.

⁍ 18-30 years old (inclusive).
⁍ Actively participating in, and are connected with, local or international youth networks.
⁍ Has leadership track record – be it through youth engagement, volunteering, project
leadership, advocacy or development-related activities.
⁍ Has the willingness to give back to your community.
⁍ Has Good English and excellent communication skills.
⁍ Has access to a stable internet connection.

The Impact Fellowship Programme

To learn more about the fellowship & apply, please visit

Please note that applications are processed on a rolling basis, so we encourage that you
complete your application as soon as you can.

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