Apply for Africa Matters Ambassadors Program 2021

Are you an a young African? are you between the ages of 18 and 29? if your answer is yes then, you stand a chance to be selected as one of the  2021 Africa Matters Ambassadors  who will be given a one year intensive leadership training and mentorship in soft skills development as well as social entrepreneurship and advocacy.  An online development programme for young Africans, Africa Matters Ambassadors Program (AMAP) is a non-residential, one-year programme that focuses on leadership and mentorship in soft skills development as well as social entrepreneurship and advocacy. This article will show you how to apply for the 2021 edition of Africa Matters Ambassadors Program.

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AMI participants leave the programme with a strong network of other young African leaders and mentors, a certificate of participation, newly gained skills, and a commitment from the AMI team to implement social impact initiatives in their areas. As of 2022, a new edition of this software will be available. Twenty young Africans will be selected for the 2022 cohort.

About the Africa Matters Institute (AMI)

Through leadership, social entrepreneurship and advocacy, the Africa Matters Initiative seeks to empower and upskill young Africans in order to alter their communities and the African narrative.

Eligibility

Applications are open to young Africans between the ages of 18 and 29.

How to Apply for Africa Matters Ambassadors Program

Completing the application should take between 30 minutes and an hour. After a virtual interview in November 2021, a tentative selection and announcement will take place in December 2021.

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To apply, visit Africa Matters Ambassadors website.

Starting in January 2022, the non-residential online development programme will run through December 2022.

Please email amap@africamattersinitiative.com if you encounter any problems with the application form. Unless there are technical difficulties, refrain from contacting the organisation about your application because of the huge volume of applications and enquiries it receives.

I wish you the best of success with your application. Good luck!

Source: Nyscinfo

Updated: August 29, 2021 — 11:48 pm

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