Our Fellowship programme aims to to recruit and train the next generation of data leaders and trainers to magnify the reach of our data literacy programme. The fellows will provide training and ongoing support to journalists, civil society organisations, and individual change-makers to use data effectively within their community and country. We are looking for applicants who already have connections to a network of data-literacy enthusiasts, or have some link with a particular organisation working in this field.
We recruit fellows on an annual basis, and provide them with data and leadership training as well as coaching to organise events and build their community. Our fellows are part of a growing global network of School of Data practitioners, benefiting from the network effects of sharing resources and knowledge and contributing to our understanding of how best to localise our training efforts.
We will be recruiting for 8 Fellowship positions in 2018. This year the programme will focus on:
- Data in the Extractives Industry: oil, gas and mining (Ghana)- Public Procurement Data (Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Guatemala, Bolivia, Indonesia, The Philippines)
Please note that only individuals from the above mentioned countries are eligible to apply to this year’s Fellowship.
A final point: we are committed to being inclusive in its recruitment practices. Inclusiveness means excluding no one because of race, age, religion, cultural appearance, sexual orientation, ethnicity or gender. We proactively seek to recruit individuals who differ from one another in these characteristics, in the belief that diversity enriches all that we do.
The application has been closed for most countries. Indonesians can still apply until May 17, GMT+0
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