TED Fellows Program 2018: Inviting Extraordinary Thinkers Worldwide

Deadline: 26 August 2018

Applications are open for TED Fellows program 2018 to select a new class of extraordinary thinkers and doers.

TED is looking for individuals who have a proven track record of great work in their field and are on the brink of an incredible breakthrough, but need the extra support to get there. The program is looking for individuals from all disciplines, and who have collaborative, kind personalities.

The program covers the costs of transportation to and from the TED conference, any visa applicants may need, accommodations and food while at the conference and conference registration.

Eligibility Criteria

  • The program welcomes anyone over the age of 18 to apply.
  • The program looks 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.
  • In addition to impressive accomplishment, fine character and a good heart are two very important traits the program looks for in a every potential TED Fellow. More than anything, this focus on character has defined the success of the TED Fellows program.

How to Apply

Applications must be submitted online via given website.

For more information, please visit TED Fellows.

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