Calling Undergraduate Leaders:
Are you committed to making a difference in the world through technology? The Millennium Fellowship is inviting students who are passionate about leveraging technology for social impact.
The United Nations Academic Impact and MCN proudly present the Millennium Fellowship. The Fellowship is a semester-long leadership development program on your campus to take your social impact to the next level. Access to world class training, connections, and recognition is just an application away. Through the Millennium Fellowship, you will have the opportunity to work on projects that have tangible impact in your community while also gaining valuable leadership experience and networking with industry professionals.
The Class of 2023 application is now closed. Applicants will hear back by by August 2023.
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Meet Millennium Fellows Leveraging Tech for Social Impact
Kami Krista (Harvard University, USA), who is helping “companies in technologically complicated industries to develop effective decarbonization plans, based on state-of-the-art science.” Post-Fellowship, Kami received a $100,000 776 Foundation Fellowship.
"The Millennium Fellowship helped shape my trajectory…[T]he community and network I was exposed to were vital in helping me access people I’d otherwise never reach. This allowed us to find our path quicker, and it brought more buy-in early on for what we were creating.”
Majd Al-Sharif (Effat University, Saudi Arabia), who created a cybersecurity club and mentorship program to help more women enter the field.
"I’m deeply honored to be part of the Millennium Fellowship because when you have a dream of your own that you can't achieve without the help of a lot of people, you'll need leadership skills to get them with you. The Millennium Fellowship gives me an opportunity to make a greater impact under the sustainable development goals, and form a global network with like-minded peers and extraordinary leaders."
Mathias Yabe (KNUST, Ghana) is making Ghanaian food systems resilient through climate-smart solutions that help improve livelihoods of smallholder farmers.
"The Millennium Fellowship was a game changer for me.
As a young social entrepreneur, being part of this global network of changemakers enhanced my cross cultural competency, offered me capacity building opportunities to take bold steps in my career and a platform which enabled me to collaborate and work with other fellows on some social impact projects globally."