6 new Opportunities for non-tech innovators (get up to £20,000 to support your innovation, travel to Berlin, Egypt & MORE!)

6 new Opportunities for non-tech innovators (get up to £20,000 to support your innovation, travel to Berlin, Egypt & MORE!)

British Council #IdeasChangeLives Global Innovation Challenge 2019 (£20,000 Prize)

British Council #IdeasChangeLives is the global innovation challenge to find digital solutions to some of the world’s greatest problems. British Council is looking for people with a fresh, entrepreneurial spirit and a big idea that has the potential to make a positive impact for communities across the globe.

British Council accept ‘early stage’ applications, meaning you don’t necessarily need a working prototype when you make your application. You don’t need to be working in the digital or technology sector to apply.

Prize: The winning pitch will get £20,000 to invest in their idea, as well as mentorship and support from the British Council for a full year.

Application Deadline: 10 January 2020.

Click for more details: https://www.britishcouncil.org/work/partner/ideas-change-lives

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The Pollination Project (up to $1000 USD)

Seed grants are available up to $1000 USD to support NGOs, Social Initiatives and Grassroot Grouls working on any social project.

The Purpose of a Pollination Project Seed Grant is to support passionate, committed people with an early-stage social change vision. We fund individuals and community groups, and you do not need to be a registered or established organization to apply.

Our Grants are designed to:

  • Support passionate, committed people with a social change vision.
  • Support projects in their early stage of development and where a small amount of money will go a very long way – we want to kick start your dreams for a better world.
  • Help ensure sustainability of your work by building resilience or fundraising ability– during review, we often ask: “what happens once the grant runs out?”
  • Cover costs such as supplies, program materials, direct travel expenses for program implementation, website fees, discounted professional services, printing, copying, promotional costs, technical support.
  • Pay for 501(c)(3) filing fees and expenses only if your project meets our specific conditions. Please read more about the funding conditions here.
  • Support projects with a clear target audience, and a compelling plan to reach and impact that target audience in a positive way. If your project involves video or other media production, then this element of your plan will receive particularly careful attention from our team.
  • Support projects that do not expect to earn profit, or where any income will be used for a purely charitable effort. We do also offer Pay it forward loans to support for-profit social benefit projects.
  • Cover costs similar to these examples.

Apply if you are interested. Open to everyone around the world

Click to apply: https://thepollinationproject.org

Scholarship, Fellowships and Internships

The 2020 Young Global Changers program

The Young Global Changers program brings together young people from around the world who are working towards a global paradigm shift, combining their talents and together becoming a strong voice for change. Successful applicants will receive a full scholarship to participate in the Global Solutions Summer School and the Global Solutions Summit from April 17-22, 2020 in Berlin, Germany.

Application Deadline: December 1, 2019

Who Should Apply?

  • Young researchers and academics involved in a research project that tackles issues related to the recoupling of economy, society and environmental sustainability,
  • Young entrepreneurs and innovators involved in a social enterprise aimed at recoupling, and young business leaders aiming at changing “business as usual” from the inside,
  • Young non-profit leaders, active as community organizers, advocacy leaders, campaigners, or implementers of social, economic or environmental change on a local, regional or global level,

…who are between the ages of 21 and 35,

…who want to become longstanding, active members of a strong global network which aims at bringing about lasting global change,

.…who commit to working constantly towards recouplin the economy with social well-being in a sustainable way,

…who want to become regular contributors to the Global Solutions Summit and other events and activities of the Global Solutions Initiative.

Click link for more details: https://www.global-solutions-initiative.org/young-global-changers/application/

The World Youth Alliance Internship Program

The World Youth Alliance Internship Program provides opportunities for young people to gain professional skills working.

Deadline: click on the link below to see the deadlines for each region with 3 batches.

For more info: education@wya.net or visit https://www.wya.net/get-involved/internship

The Atlas Corps Fellowship

Participants will receive health insurance, flight and visa costs, and a living stipend to cover basic expenses.

Age: 18 – 35

Priority deadline (to apply for placements beginning in April 2020) is November 3.

Apply here https://atlascorps.embark.com/auth/login

Fully funded World Youth Forum

World Youth Forum is pleased to announce their upcoming annual event, “World Youth Forum 2019”, taking place from 14 – 17 December, 2019 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt.

Registration closes 10 November 2019

Apply here https://register.wyfegypt.com/register


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