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Guide to apply for the fellowship for leaders working in the social  

 How and Why to apply for the Acumen Fund Fellows Program? An opportunity for 
leaders in the social 

 Deadline: 15 November 2010
 All Countries
 Recently, Acumen Fund announced its fellowship program to provide world-class 
training to the next generation of leaders working in the social sector. The 
program is an excellent opportunity for NGO leaders and professionals in 
developing countries to gather leadership skills in the United States and gain 
exposure to high-impact social enterprises around the world...

What are the benefits under the Acumen Fund Fellows 

 An intensive 8-week leadership training and opportunity to meet other leaders 
in New York and a nine-month field placement with investees or companies in 
various countries...all travel, living costs, housing is covered under the 
fellowship...After completing the fellowship, the vast majority of Fellows 
Alumni have continued to pursue careers that are in or directly impacting the 
social sector, ranging from continued work with social enterprises on the 
ground to starting up social investment funds of their own...

 Who can apply for the Acumen Fellows Fund Program? Information about the 
Eligibility Criteria<

 We believe that the Acumen Fellows Fund Program has one of the most open and 
flexible eligibility criteria in a fellowship program. It is happy to consider 
applications from social sector leaders and professionals with 3-7 years 
experience and preferably qualified with just a graduate degree...

 A Simple Guide on how to apply for the Acumen Fund Fellows 

 The entire application process to apply for this Program has been simplifed 
and rendered for the benefit of interested individuals from poor and developing 
countries. Read the information to equip yourself for applying to this 
opportunity, wishing you all the best!

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