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Based off your written application and in-person interview, we are genuinely trying to get to know you. We love to see your personality and passion, which ensures that we find you a collaborator half-way across the world whose venture aligns with your skill set and the position you applied to.
We evaluate your written application thoroughly. Your venture needs to be in line with our social impact policy based on the UNDP’s Economic, Social and Governance (ESG) factors. If you're selected for the second step application process, you will be contacted for a Zoom interview.
We conduct in-house due diligence to assess your venture’s compliance with emphasis given to official documentation, referrals, interviews, and performance data.
Our management team and trusted advisors select the final businesses that will join this year's program. You will be notified by email if you have been selected.
First, you will complete a written application in which we evaluate if you would be a good fit in the program based on your past experiences and engagement.
Second, one of our team members will conduct an interview over Zoom. We're looking to gage your analytical skills, see how you respond to hypotheticals and evaluate your knowledge of the market you would be working in.
Yes. If you qualify for both programs, feel free to apply to Generalist Global and Agri-Tech Innovation. If selected to the second application stage, you will only be interviewed once. However, we keep the right to match you with the program we think best suits you and where you will make the most impact.
During the application process, students sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement stating that any work done during the program belongs to the entrepreneur as proprietary knowledge.
As an entrepreneur, you have ownership of all the work done during the program.
The program is an online remote collaboration opportunity that is unpaid.
Accepted students will impact real-time problems, develop transferable skills, and gain unique exposure to emerging economies.
Each person in the program has an appointed Project Supervisor. He/She will do weekly check-ins with your team to ensure that you are on track with the goals set at the start of the program. Project Supervisors in turn send bi-monthly reports to the management team.
Project Supervisors are there to get to know you and support you during your program experience in a relaxed atmosphere.
Attend our upcoming information sessions during the month of November and December. Alumni of our past programs will share their experiences and we will answer any questions you have.