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UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network – Local Pathways Fellow (2021 Cohort)

The UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network has opened applications for individuals who wish to be part f the 2021 Cohort of the Local Pathways Fellow.

The Fellow sees to trains, supports, and connects young urban thought leaders, activists, and innovators that are transforming cities and urban areas.

Candidates representing any city and country in the world are encouraged to apply, however, SDSN Youth will make efforts to ensure diversity of regional representation among the fellows.

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ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The LPF is a 10-month program that takes fellows on a journey of charting pathways for ‘localizing’ SDG 11. The program of activities has monthly deliverables that revolve around:

  • Learning about the major challenges currently faced by urban areas around the world and the extraordinary potential of these areas to enable change in the future. From infrastructure to culture to economic opportunity, learn how harnessing the power of urban development for global progress is imperative.
  • Channeling the ideas and knowledge they acquire into the development of a project that addresses challenges pertinent to their city and area of interest; this will be the main outcome and deliverable of the fellowship.
  • Connecting with the peer-to-peer network of 253 fellows from 170 different cities across 78 countries. This grants fellows the opportunity to exchange knowledge, share resources, and build solutions with urban leaders from across the world
  • Gaining insight and mentorship from experts from the industry through the LPF webinar series.

BENEFITS

  • The fellows will benefit from global visibility and exposure as champions for sustainable urban development, numerous opportunities to develop their expertise, as well as access to our vast network of SDG professionals and advocates.
  • Being part of SDSN Youth and the Local Pathways Fellowship enables you to be at the forefront of efforts taken by the United Nations, governments, companies, and civil society in developing and leading a global movement for sustainable development and enables you to make an impact.
  • Being part of a movement of young people, who are committed to sustainable development and are being equipped with the necessary skills and tools to overcome key challenges and meaningfully contribute to the achievement of SDGs in communities.
  • SDSN Youth and the Local Pathways Fellowship enables you to build professional and personal relationships with high-level stakeholders in civil society, business, government, and the United Nations.
  • By joining the Local Pathways Fellowship, you will be part of a diverse and exceptional group of fellows with a variety of cultural, religious, and political backgrounds, committed to sustainable development.
  • The relationships you develop through SDSN Youth and the Local Pathways Fellowship could serve as a foundation for your future endeavors.
  • Supported by our global team of experts, you will progress rapidly in a challenging but flexible, fulfilling, and meaningful environment.
  • You may be selected to attend and/or speak at events
  • Your experiences will become central to our program ́s efforts and legacy.

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QUALIFICATIONS

In order to be selected as a Local Pathways Fellow, applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Solid understanding of the concept of sustainable development.
  • Passionate about the mission of the SDSN, including the pursuit of the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement on climate change.
  • Strong knowledge in urban planning, urban environment, urban sustainability, urban tech, development practice, community engagement, advocacy, or related fields
  • Professional or academic experience in urban planning, urban environment, urban sustainability, urban tech, development practice, community engagement, advocacy or related fields or similar fields would be considered a strong asset
  • Ability to communicate effectively and report consistently
  • Good organizational, leadership skills, and interpersonal skills
  • Fluent in English and the local language of the cities they represent
  • Consistent and stable internet connection
  • Candidates must be between 18 and 30 years old at the time of application

COMMITMENT

  • The Local Pathways Fellowship is a 10-month position that requires 5-7 hours per week
  • The Local Pathways Fellowship is an unpaid voluntary position

CONDITIONS

  • Duration of Position: This position requires a minimum commitment of 10 months, with a 2-month probation period
  • Supervision: This position is supervised by the Project Lead of Local Pathways Fellowship Program.
  • Compensation: This position is voluntary.
  • Training: All Project Officers are required to complete all SDSN Youth online induction courses, including team training.

Deadline

Applications for the 2021 cohort of the Local Pathways Fellowship close on November 30, 2020.

Application Process

For More Information on the application process kindly visit the official page.

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