The Generation Next Humanitarian Fellowship Program also known as the GenNext Fellowship program, has emerged as a unique initiative!
Targeting students from minority-serving institutions, such as Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Hispanic-Serving Institutions, Tribal Colleges and Universities, and Asian American and Pacific Islander Institutions, this program aims to pave the way for a more diverse cohort of professionals in the humanitarian field.
GenNext Fellowship Program
Backed by the Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA) under the umbrella of USAID, in collaboration with the Public Health Institute (PHI), the GenNext Fellowship is set to create a unique trajectory in the humanitarian sector. The program seeks to provide guided technical and professional development opportunities, ultimately resulting in a more inclusive workforce.
The GenNext Fellowship brings together a consortium of organizations committed to driving change. Collaborators include the Cooperative for American Remittances to Europe (CARE), Global Communities, Project Hope, Save the Children, and others.
This powerful alliance is dedicated to offering two-year paid fellowship positions that will lay the foundation for promising careers for recent graduates from Minority-Serving Institutions (MSIs).
GenNext Fellowship Experience and Benefits
The two-year fellowship journey is designed to empower up to 40 recent graduates with enriching experiences and invaluable mentorship. Through an extensive mentorship program, fellows will engage in immersive learning and professional activities, bolstering their knowledge and skill sets. The program offers the following highlights:
- Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package
- Exposure to various career pathways within the international humanitarian sector
- Up to 60 days of field travel in the first year and a potential full-year field placement in the second year
- Rotational experiences during the initial year to build a solid humanitarian foundation
- Tailored training covering both technical and professional skills
- Dedicated mentorship throughout the fellowship duration
- Opportunities to showcase their accomplishments at an annual symposium
- The Generation Next Fellowship Program is accessible to recent graduates from designated MSIs who have obtained a bachelor’s degree
- Applicants must possess a minimum of one year of work or professional experience.
- The experience required could comprise internships, volunteer roles, research activities, classroom projects, work-study initiatives, and other school-related engagements.
How to Apply for GenNext Fellowship Program 2023
- To take part in this transformative journey, please click this application link: ghstar.us7.list-manage.com
- The application process basically involves providing answers to certain Details such as: Email Address, First Name, Last Name, City, State, and What role best describes you? What college/university did (will) you earn your degree?
- After completing the above steps, click the Subscribe icon located below the page.
Applications for the 2023 edition of the GenNext Fellowship program are open until August 30, 2023.