World Wildlife Fund and School For Social Entrepreneurs India have announced to conduct Young Climate Media Fellowship and Social Startup Fellowship Programmes for year 2017 respectively.

The location for both the fellowship will be New Delhi.

Young Climate Media Fellowship

WWF-India works with varied groups of individuals and institutions across different sections of society with the agenda of environmental protection. These alliances strive to address the common goal of conserving biodiversity, sustainably using natural resources and maintaining ecosystems and ecosystem services for the survival of wildlife and people depending on them.

The fellowship aims to encourage young media professionals in the climate and energy sector, who by the end of the program, are expected to create and report forward-looking and solution-oriented climate and energy stories.

The candidates are required to have a minimum of two years of experience in areas such as Mass Communication/ Journalism.

To get more details on the programme, the interested candidates can click here.

Social Startup Fellowship Programme 2017

The School for Social Entrepreneurs India was formally launched in Delhi on February 3, 2016. The organisation support people with practical ideas to change India for the better, with focus on the entrepreneur, and not the enterprise. It aims to develop leadership skills in the participants and emphasise on developing their confidence, and negotiation, presentation and decision-making abilities.

It also recently concluded the first cohort of Social Start-Up Fellowship Programme on December 15, 2016.

The fellowship is a 9-month learning programme which will cover aspects such as setting up and funding a social enterprise; How to improve your working methods;  How to communicate your work effectively to others; How to build your skills and knowledge; Increasing your confidence as a leader and more.

To get more details on the programme, the interested entrepreneurs can click here.

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