Echoing Green’s latest podcast episode highlights tips for applying for one of its prestigious social-enterprise fellowships.
For people who have innovative ideas for solving the world’s most intractable social ills, Echoing Green offers two years of start-up funding, support, and networking. Wendy Kopp, founder of Teach For America, received seed funds from Echoing Green. Chris Myers Asch, founder and leader of the U.S. Public Service Academy movement, is a current Fellow. Read about other 2008 Fellows.
From Echoing Green’s web site:
Applicants should be sure to check out this week’s episode of the Be Bold podcast. In this episode, Echoing Green’s Lara Galinsky answers questions about the Echoing Green Fellowship including:
- What is the Echoing Green Fellowship?
- What are the application requirements?
- What are common mistakes in the application process?
- What additional resources does Echoing Green provide to applicants?
Listen to the Idealist podcast on Echoing Green featuring Lara Galinsky.
Call for stories. Also, Echoing Green has issued a call for submissions to its next verstion of the book Be Bold.