Apply for the Grow With Us 2022 Fellowship Program For Women And Non-Binary Entrepreneurs In Africa

DEADLINE: 20 February 2022

Grow With Us is an annual fellowship that focuses on empowering and mentoring young African women and non-binary entrepreneurs who are thriving on the African continent. We identify the most promising social and community leaders who are problem solvers and passionate about accessing economic power to help their communities. The fellowship is held remotely throughout the year with different mentors from different sectors. At the end of the fellowship, a Bootcamp allows fellows and mentees to come together for a three-day session before returning to focus on their projects.
This year, we are in our fourth fellowship cycle which will run from March 2022 to October 2022.


We are looking for you if :

  1. You are a woman or non-binary person.
  2. You live and reside in an African country.
  3. You are between 18 and 30 years old.
  4. You have an idea/run a start-up or business/are a social leader.
  5. You speak and understand English.
  6. You are consistent, flexible and willing to invest at least 6 hours per month in this program.

Click here to visit and apply for the Grow With Us 2022 Fellowship Program


Also check> YouLead Africa Program – Call for Applications [Lead(H)er Fellowship]


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