The Gratitude Network is excited to announce the applications for Fellowship Program, a free 1-year program for non-profit leaders and their organizations anywhere around the world. The program builds leaders’ confidence and capabilities and provides tools and processes for expanding the organization’s impact.
Who they support
Social impact leaders and their nonprofit, growth stage organizations serving under-resourced, under-represented, and/or underserved children and youth with proven, community-based solutions in education, healthcare, and safety around the world. Gratitude Fellows are committed and ready to expand their organization’s impact through leadership development and growth, organization capacity building, and thoughtful strategic planning.
- For Leader
- Increased Leadership Confidence
- Leads team more effectively
- Knows leadership strengths and opportunities
- For Organization
- Aligned leadership team
- Clear expansion vision relevant to their community
- Multi-year strategic plan for executing the vision
- Impact for Beneficiaries
- Change in Impact Trajectory
- Increase in Children and Youth Impacted.
- Fellows learn and develop through these program components:
- Leadership Coaching
- Peer Networking
- Scaling-Up Curriculum
- Networking Events & Activities.
- 30-35 Fellows in Cohort (leadership team members join for Scaling Up Curriculum sessions)
- 7-10 hour monthly time commitment
- Virtual sessions
- The Gratitude Network’s Fellowship Program is for both the organization’s leader and organization’s development. Applicants and the organization must meet the eligibility requirements.
- Legally registered non-profit, charity, NGO organization
- At least two years old
- Must have at least two full-time employees (including the applicant)
- Beneficiaries must primarily be children/youth and served in one of the following categories: Education, Health and Well-being, Children’s Rights
- Ready to scale and expand the impact of the organization
- Has strategic decision making power for the organization
- Committed full-time to the organization
- Ready and interested to lead the organization through scaling and expanding impact
- Adhere to the time commitments and schedule of the Gratitude Network Fellowship Program.
What types of services are included in the focus on Education, Health and Well-being, and Children’s Rights?
- Education – such as school systems, training of teachers, education technology, and early childhood programs as well as how/what children learn at school or outside of the classroom (e.g. after-school or summer programs).
- Health and Well-being – such as addressing children’s basic needs, including poverty alleviation, nutrition, water, safe shelter, disease prevention, mental health, and social-emotional health.
- Children’s Rights – such as protecting children and families from abuse, exploitation, trafficking, incarceration, and other harm, as well as other advocacy.
For more information, visit Gratitude Fellowship.