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Become a Fellow
We're always on the lookout for social change leaders who are hungry to join a collective and distributed network of changemakers, working to improve the wellbeing of Indigenous communities and make society more healthy, inclusive, and fair.
Applications for our 2020 intake have closed.
Applications for the 2021 Fellowship and beyond will be open to the public. You can register your interest now and we'll keep you updated.
Fellow Selection Criteria
Cohorts for each year are carefully curated to ensure a diverse mix of voices and authentic community experiences – with the mix of Indigenous participants and participants from non-Indigenous contexts.
Applications for the Fellowship are assessed based on the following areas:
1. Proven track record in your chosen field. You may wish to demonstrate this in a number of ways including leadership positions, awards, successful project leadership, academic or other qualifications, demonstrated capacity to work with communities.
2. Capacity to effect social change through collaboration across disciplinary, cultural and other boundaries. For instance, if you have successful delivered smaller scale change projects, developed or maintained key partnerships, engaged in projects with interdisciplinary components, demonstrated outcomes from previous projects or relevant courses or training.
3. The quality and innovativeness of your social change proposal. You will need to develop a two page outline of your social change proposal that addresses community wellbeing outcomes. Over the course of 12-months, you will continue to develop your proposal by leveraging the expertise and resources available within our national and international networks.
4. The relevance of the social proposal to the program’s vision. Your social change proposal must have a clear connection with social change leadership and health and wellbeing for Indigenous communities.
5. Personal commitment to social change, alignment to the program’s values and likelihood of benefiting from the program. This can be in the form of reports from your referees and personal statements as well as your general track-record in social change.
To be eligible for the Fellowship, you need to be a citizen of Australia or New Zealand.
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