Fondation Botnar's Young Professionals Program
A two-year programme, with one year spent with Fondation Botnar in Basel, Switzerland, and up to one year with a partner or related organisation in a low- to middle-income country.
Do you feel like change is not happening fast enough? Do you often find yourself brainstorming on how to improve the way social businesses, philanthropic organisations, NGOs, governments and international organisations function? Are you eager to discover how artificial intelligence (AI), social entrepreneurship or innovative financing mechanisms can be used to advance global progress on the SDGs? Each year, Fondation Botnar recruits two young professionals under 35 years old.
Fondation Botnar is a Swiss-based foundation that champions the use of AI and digital technology to improve the health and wellbeing of young people in growing urban environments. To achieve this, the foundation supports research, catalyses diverse partners, and invests in scalable solutions around the world.
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Application and selection process (2022 edition)
- The preselection of suitable candidates is carried out by cinfo, a partner in the Young Professionals Program.
- Candidates should be Swiss or have a valid work permit in Switzerland.
- Submit your application (CV and motivation letter) online by 18 April 2022.
- The assignment will start in September 2022.
Talent development, a priority area for Fondation Botnar
Fondation Botnar wants to create opportunities for young professionals to develop and pursue impactful careers, whether that’s in NGOs, government, international organisations, impact investing, or philanthropy. Together with cinfo, Fondation Botnar has established this Young Professionals Program to create possibilities for young professionals under the age of 35 to develop and make a difference in a fast-changing interconnected world.
Meet the young professionals recruited in 2020 and 2021