Social Innovation Fellowship Program in the United States

Either individual or team is welcome to apply this Social Innovation Fellowship. To be eligible, he or she must be graduating from Stanford Graduate School of Business. Maximum $180,000 will be granted to the selected fellows. Entries are accepted every year.

Fellowship Description
The Social Innovation Fellowship (SIF) provides $110,000-$180,000 in funding of Social Innovation Fellowship, advising, and support to fellows who want to start a nonprofit venture to address a pressing social or environmental need during the year after graduation. Since 2009, SIF has supported fellows to work around the world on issues ranging from the education gap to economic development. Past fellows have applied their business management knowledge to innovate new solutions, overcome barriers to social and environmental progress, and reach marginalized populations.

Award Value
A stipend of $110,000 (or $180,00 for two) upon graduation, advisors and coaching

Level and Area of Studies
This is a non-degree program in business related field.

Place of Study
In the United States of America.

Eligibility and Criteria
All Stanford graduating students in good academic standing. Candidates are selected based the strength of the candidate’s proposed social venture.

Applicants’ Nationality
There is no nationality restriction.

Application Instruction
To apply, all candidates are advised to click the link below and learn the application instruction at the web page.

Submission Deadline
The application and selection process for the SIF occurs each spring, and the fellowship takes place in the year after graduation.

Website and Application Link

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