The SBI Youth for India Fellowship has been uniquely designed to assist your transition into a rural environment. It ascertains the process of assessment of ground realities, identification of a project that combines the needs of the community, your interest and the strengths of the NGO.
The fellowship is a 13-month long commitment. It commences with an orientation where SBI Youth for India team along with partner NGO officials and development experts will familiarize and introduce the fellows to the concepts of rural development.
This is the time when the fellows will be allocated their NGOs, project locations and mentors.
SBI Youth for India fellowship program is premeditated to assist fellows to live in a village location and work with the partner NGOs to benefit the community.
The Program seeks to help India secure an equitable and sustainable growth path by:
The 13-month of the fellowship are broadly divided into three phases:
An approval of the program area, project objective and implementation plan by the NGO and SBI YFI, the fellow dedicates at least nine months of the fellowship in implementing the project. The fellow can use diverse methods available for the benefits of the community. It is the challenge of finding solutions with limited resources that define the role of the fellows. While NGO mentors provide support and guidance, SBI YFI organizes two review workshops planned during the phase.
These workshops enable fellows to share their work done and the blockages faced.
A team of experts and alumni will share their suggestions to guide the fellow to take the project forward without facing many hurdles.
In the last few months of the fellowship, it is expected that activities undertaken as part of the project are completed by the fellow.
The fellow has to identify a person from the local community or NGO who could take over the project after the fellow leaves the location.
The SBI Youth for India fellows work on diverse projects in 12 broad thematic program areas, which cover the entire gamut of rural development:
Stipend: Rs 15,000/- to meet living expenses;
After Completion of the Program
The candidates shortlisted in the first stage will be notified on an on-going basis during the application period.
In the next stage, a series of screenings will be conducted and the last phase will include Final Interviews conducted in major cities.
SBI will constantly be in touch with the candidates shortlisted in the final stage on an online forum to know them better as well as clarify their doubts regarding the fellowship.
Apply by 30th April.
For more information and application details, see; SBI Youth for India Fellowships
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