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Careers

View our current open positions and work with EWB to create palpable change for the planet.


  1. Fellow Support Coordinator

    Seeking a highly skilled facilitator, program coordinator and community builder to invest in our community in Kenya. This role will be on the EWB Fellowships Team. The EWB Fellowships Team recruits, trains and supports the fellows who work with EWB Ventures and partner organizations in sub-Saharan Africa and Canada. We currently run three Fellowship programs: The Long-Term Fellowship: a 1 year+ fellowship program that places highly skilled young Canadian professionals with diverse skill-sets in our ventures and partner organizations across sub-Saharan Africa The Junior Fellowship: an 12-month leadership development program for Canadian university students that includes a 3-month placement in our ventures and partner organizations in Canada and sub-Saharan Africa The Kumvana Fellowship: a 5-week leadership development program in which social entrepreneurs from across sub-Saharan Africa are hosted by EWB chapters across Canada This role involves supporting all three programs. Position Roughly 100 EWB Fellows participate in short and long-term Fellowship programs in East, West and Southern Africa every year. Your opportunity is to take this community of fellows to the next level of impact, ensuring EWB Fellows are making significant contributions to the impact of the EWB Ventures and partners they work with, while anchoring them in a life-long trajectory of leadership pursuing social change. Your core responsibility will be to support EWB Fellows so that they may grow as changemakers and have the greatest impact possible on their Venture or partner organization. As such, your role will be to: 1) Track performance of fellowships with the support of the Fellowships Program Manager based in Toronto and Senior East African Fellow Support Coordinator based in Kampala. (2) Develop EWB Fellows as leaders – You will play a crucial role in supporting the personal and professional development of EWB Fellows. This includes: – Designing, planning and delivering learning experiences that […]

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We recognize that formal role postings can sometimes be limiting, so we also encourage you to send an Unsolicited Application. The intention is to allow you to express interest in joining EWB in the near term (within the next 2 years) and pitch us on your dream role – both from the standpoint of your own growth and how you’d like to contribute to EWB without having to wait and hope for the right specific role posting. Reach out to us at recruitment@ewb.ca.

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