Deadline: 30 July 2016
The TED, a nonpartisan, nonprofit, invites applications from all around the world for its Fellowship program, helping in the enhancement of one’s career by introducing its fellows into a powerful network of innovators that can be future collaborators.
Fellows will have worked with the team in the months leading up to the conference on a four-minute talk. Once they arrive at the preconference, they will meet the other Fellows, participate in skill-building workshops, and attend talk rehearsals. When the main conference begins, they will deliver their talk on stage and it will be filmed and considered for TED.com. After the talks, Fellows will participate in the conference as a regular attendee. They can watch all other talk sessions, speak with other TED attendees, and meet new collaborators and friends.
- Innovators aged above 18 years are encouraged to apply.
- TED seeks for different applicants than many other leadership-oriented programs. Instead of business people, professionals, policy wonks and government officials, the TED Fellows program focuses on doers, makers, inventors, advocates, filmmakers and photographers, musicians and artists, scientists, entrepreneurs, NGO heads, and human rights activists.
How to Apply
- Candidates may apply to attend either TED or TEDGlobal.
- Applicants are required to submit their applications online via given website.
For more information, please visit TED Fellowship.