Applications for the International Monetary fund (IMF) Youth Fellowship are invited from young participants who wish to become part of global efforts to build forward better and join the IMF at the forefront of the response to the global economic challenges. The participants will have the opportunity of meeting and discussing with professionals, leaders and experts while also getting connected to the IMF Network. Application ends after third week of August.
The IMF Youth Fellowship Program provides an opportunity for young participants to become better developed and more experienced in their various fields. Participants will have virtual access to the IMF Annual Meetings and participate in virtual training led by IMF experts and development professionals to boost their knowledge and communications skills and share their views on the current economic environment, focusing on addressing inclusive growth, food insecurity, inflation, and climate change while building a better future for youths.
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- Unique and rewarding opportunity for young professionals to meet scholars, activists, leaders and experts while creating lasting connections with other youth fellows from around the world.
- Participation in workshops and discussions with senior IMF staff on current global economic issues including inclusive growth, food insecurity, and climate change.
- Virtual access to the Annual Meetings seminars and events.
- Becoming part of the IMF Youth Network to connect with previous IMF Youth Fellows and stay informed of future opportunities, events and publications.
Level and Areas of Study
Non-degree programme in Global Economics and Climate Change.
Place of Study
The workshop and engagements will be virtual.
To be eligible for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Youth Fellowship, applicant should:
- Be aged between 20-35.
- Be citizen of an IMF Member Country.
- Have demonstrated experience in one or more of the following:
- Social activism and/or engaging with a civil society organization
- Entrepreneurship and/or participating in a start-up
- Content creation and/or contributing to independent platforms
- Have knowledge and expertise in international studies, basic economics and development issues particularly on inclusive economic growth, food security, inflation, and climate change.
- Be students or graduates in the field of international relations, development, communications, journalism, economics, or related fields.
- Have basic knowledge of English (for the training program and Annual Meetings coverage)
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Fellowship program is open to all via application form on the website.
Submission Deadline: Applications should be forwarded before August 21.