Apply now to be an Acumen East Africa Fellow
August 15, 2013 Editor 0
Acumen is now accepting applications for the East Africa Fellows Program. East Africa Fellows are emerging leaders working to alleviate poverty in their communities. Fellows can be working in any sector (non-profit, for-profit, government), on any issue, and can be either entrepreneurs or intrapreneurs – but Fellows must be currently engaged in creating positive social […]
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