Girls Driving for a Difference Fellowship
Girls Driving for a Difference Fellowship Program
Girls Driving for a Difference (“GDD”) is a non-profit organization started at Stanford and founded to empower girls to become the leaders and change-makers of tomorrow through design thinking, a problem-solving tool that helps girls think outside the box and about ways they can help others and make an impact.
This year, the GDD team is launching its inaugural cohort of fellows—an invaluable opportunity to impact girls, grow as a leader, and gain hands-on experience in the social sector for 6 months with our core GDD team. As a Fellow, you’ll gain hands-on leadership experience spearheading your own creative initiatives that will directly impact the Girls Driving for a Difference organization and brand, as well as thousands of girls, women, and educators globally. You’ll also gain exposure to the non-profit world and social sector, and join a community of like-minded peers looking to create social impact through design. This is an unpaid, volunteer position. Fellowships will run for 6 months from March - September 2019 (exact dates flexible).