Goonj Grassroots Fellowship Program

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Goonj Grassroots Fellowship

Goonj has launched their grassroots fellowship program which is a year-long opportunity for young people to engage with communities across India. Fellows will work on various initiatives in both villages and cities, gaining firsthand experience of local realities. This program is ideal for those who want to make a difference and develop skills in community collaboration and problem-solving.

Recognizing the potential of young people from grassroots backgrounds, Goonj’s Fellowship Program specifically targets this group. They aim to cultivate these individuals’ inherent understanding of communities, resilience, and passion for social change. The program provides a platform to nurture and refine these qualities, empowering fellows to become effective agents of positive change within their own communities and beyond.

What’s in it for you?
  1. Become a Changemaker: Gain deep exposure to community issues, design sustainable solutions, and experience urban development firsthand. You’ll learn how to tackle complex problems and translate your passion into action.
  2. Develop Invaluable Skills: Through workshops, peer learning, and practical experience, you’ll hone your skills in collaboration, problem-solving, and leadership. Gain valuable insights from development leaders on innovative solutions.
  3. Empower Yourself and Your Community: Discover your strengths and purpose through project work and self-exploration. Learn from experienced leaders, build your network, and become a driving force for positive change in your own community.
Eligibility Criteria 
  • Age: 21-40 years old (as of December 31, 2024)
  • Education: Graduate (by July 31, 2024)
  • Language: Basic understanding of English or Hindi
  • Technology: Basic computer skills (MS Office etc.)
Logistical Details
  • Deadline – 24 June, 2024
  • Stipend – 10,000 – 12,000

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