Are you a young changemaker? If so the INK Fellow’s program (sponsored by Google) could be the ideal opportunity for you to scale your impact.
The balance of world power is definitely shifting and India is staking out its territory as a global player by identifying the young people around the globe who show clear signs of shaping the future.
INK Talks brings the world’s movers and shakers to share their ideas in India and to be part of a movement to change how young people in emerging economies view their world, goals, and ambitions and to inspire youth to think differently and become innovators and revolutionaries themselves.
Linked to the talks is the INK Fellows Program, a global and cross-disciplinary community of path-breakers who will be the shapers of tomorrow. Each year, INK identifies the minds that are redefining their field of work, and the world around them. The Program aims to provide them the support necessary to leverage their impact through mentoring, support, networks and specially designed opportunities.
- A scholarship to attend the INK Conference during the Fellowship year
- The opportunity to network with speakers and attendees
- The potential to speak on the INK stage
- The potential to have their talk posted on www.inktalks.com and reach thousands of viewers
- Participation in the Fellows Pre-Conference, including in-depth coaching in effective public communication
- Candidates must be between the ages of 18 and 40
- INK prefers Fellows to be based in young economies, but great candidates from any location will be considered seriously and competitively
- Candidates should be changemakers specializing in any field, for example (but not limited to) art, dance, architecture, business, fashion, journalism, medicine, music, technology, science, sports and social activism. Please see the list of previous fellows here to get an idea of the diversity of INK Fellows
- A candidate’s actions MUST speak louder than their words. Humility is important, and self-promoters will not be accepted
Deadline: 30th March 2014
For the full details visit http://www.inktalks.com/fellows/about