At the International Innovation Corps, we address the most pressing development challenges by bridging the gap between impactful projects and innovative minds. Our problem-solving approach is hands-on, analytical and based on data-driven decision making to co-create solutions that can be operationalized and scaled.
CREATING SCALABLE SOLUTIONS
Imagine contributing to projects that enhance learning outcomes in government schools, shape policy to ensure efficient healthcare delivery and create solutions to provide renewable power to farmers! As an IIC Project Associate, you work on driving significant and transformative initiatives spearheaded by the government, leading not-for-profit organizations and Foundations. Learn about some of our current and past projects.
WHO SHOULD APPLY
From Lawyers and Doctors to Researchers, Economists and Entrepreneurs, our Project Associates come from all walks of life. It is this diversity that lends IIC its unique flavour. We have found that complex development issues benefit from a combination of domain expertise, collaboration and an innovative approach. If you thrive in a culture of rigorous inquiry, are creative and most importantly, passionate about creating social impact, you have the skills we are looking for!
The IIC teams are led by experienced Project Leads, who are supported by the core management team of sector-specific Engagement Managers, Program Managers and Directors based in Delhi and Chicago. The IIC teams regularly receive management and performance oversight, strategic project and stakeholder management support, intensive training and structured feedback.
The IIC is open to recent and forthcoming graduates of any undergraduate or graduate degree program. Applicants for the 2020-2021 Program must fall into one of the following categories:
Class of 2019 or 2020 graduates of any program (undergraduate or graduate, including Masters, PhDs, JDs, MBAs and MDs)
Current students in a graduate degree program who will not be completing their program in 2019 but want to take a gap year
The IIC welcomes all young professionals who are interested in the development sector. The applicant should have completed their undergraduate degree at-least two years ago.
Successful candidates would have a deep and critical understanding of the social impact sector and development issues. Fluency in Telugu and Hindi is preferred. Applicants must be under 29 years of age as on January 1, 2020.
The duration of the 2020-2021 Fellowship will be mid-January 2020 through mid-January 2021.
The application deadline for the 2020-2021 Fellowship is October 31, 2019.
Selected applicants will be called for interviews.
Interviews will be held in November 2019.
The final decision will be made in the first week of December 2019.
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