Closing Date: Apply to be a Skoll Centre Associate

27th October 2020 - 11:59 pm
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The Knowledge Equity Fellowship is a pioneering and ambitious new programme designed by Oxford’s Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship and the Centre for Knowledge Equity to transform the systems change entrepreneurial field.

This programme is an innovative way in which universities and business schools can attend to issues of equity, diversity and inclusion by connecting traditional learned and technical knowledge with lived experience – the knowledge of those directly impacted by unjust and inequitable systems.

 Apply to be a Skoll Centre Associate

Are you a student looking for the opportunity to foster connections with practitioners, cultivate new passions, mindsets, philosophies and apply learned theories into practice? The Knowledge Equity Fellowship is looking to appoint 6-8 Skoll Centre Associates, students interested in social, economic, and/or environmental justice issues.

Students will have opportunities to link into Fellows’ networks, projects, organisations and benefit from mentorship. If you are enrolled in a postgraduate degree programme at the University of Oxford, aligned with the objectives of the Knowledge Equity Fellowship, and able to commit 2-5 hours a week to this work, we would love to hear from you.

To apply, send your CV and a motivation letter, indicating which Fellow you are interested in working with, by Tuesday, 27 October to SkollCentre@sbs.ox.ac.uk

 

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