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Call for Global Health LEARN Fellowship

Are you a student in the field of health and/or development? Are you keen to research on issues related to global health? Then join our Global Health LEARN Fellowship to accelerate your research and simultaneously contribute to our open knowledge base.

Our LEARN Fellows obtain advanced problem-solving skills and get connected to a global community that cares about a better future for all of us.

You will get paired with an experienced mentor from the field of global health who will guide you.

You will get access to our digital resources to accelerate your research.

Project C.W.C invites contributors above the age of 18 to apply in the LEARN Fellowship program of the Open Constitution Network.

Fellowship eligibility for Project Global Health:

Student in the field of health and/or development who is curious about research and open exchange of knowledge

Open to work independently, responsibly, and digitally with and in an international community

  1. Must be at least 18 years old at time of registration.

  2. Must be a student or an open-source beginner.

  3. Must be eligible to work in their country of residence during the duration of the program.

Fellowship duration: 3-6 months, full-time or part-time

What is LEARN Fellowship?

LEARN fellowship is an industrial research, training and mentorship program.

Program teaches fellows - product engineering and best practices for open source research.

Each year, Foundation invites both individual and corporate applicants from low and middle income economies to join Learn Fellowship.

LEARN Fellowship mentors spend time in teaching individual and corporate affiliated members to code or research for open source projects, maintained by the OC network.

At the completion of the fellowship, Foundation certifies the contributors for product engineering skills.

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