NDN Changemaker Fellowship Eligiblity Requirements

Strong leadership characteristics that fall into five areas: Thirst for knowledge and truth: Applicants have demonstrated desire to continue learning and to grow in both character and depth of understanding of themselves and their work Commitment to working to benefit Indigenous peoples and communities with honesty, transparency, integrity, and respect . Ability to plan and … Continued

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Eligibility

NDN CHANGEMAKER FELLOWSHIP APPLICANTS WILL BE ASSESSED BASED ON THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA

NDN Changemaker Fellowship applicants MUST BE IN Alignment with NDN’s cultural values and norms, including:

The interconnectedness of all things

Indigenous self-determination

Equity and justice for all people and the planet

Strong leadership characteristics that fall into five areas:

The ability to change course and find new ways to reach goals.

The ability to let their strength and personal character show through in their verbal and written communications.

The ability to stand alone, resist pressure, and keep fighting.

The ability to respect others and earn respect by being honest, having integrity, and being tough but fair.

The ability to let their strength and personal character show through in their verbal and written communications.

Thirst for knowledge and truth:

Applicants have demonstrated desire to continue learning and to grow in both character and depth of understanding of themselves and their work

Commitment to working to benefit Indigenous peoples and communities with honesty, transparency, integrity, and respect .

Ability to plan and execute

Applicants have the power to transform potential into reality through careful planning and execution

Applicants have the power to transform potential into reality through careful planning and execution

Audacious and realistic Changemaker Plan with a demonstrated ability to implement it.

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