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Do You Want to Be a Social Entrepreneur?

The DO School has partnered with H&M, Germany, to launch the Fellowship Program for Social Entrepreneurs. The deadline for applications is on 11th Feb 2016.
BY Braingain Staff Writer |   29-01-2016

The DO School in Berlin has announced a Fellowship Program for Social Entrepreneurs. The program invited 20 young entrepreneurs, to launch their own social venture. The group of entrepreneurs will work on ‘The Future of Work’ challenge posed by H&M (Germany).

This year, H&M, Germany, will challenge the Fellows to come up with business models which can empower H&M employees, have a positive impact and enable ways to track progress.

The program will run in two main phases: Incubation and Implementation. The on campus Incubation phase will run from 15 May – 24 July in Berlin. During this time, the young entrepreneurs will live and work together, supported by coaches from the Challenge Lab. 
This will be followed by the Implementation phase, which will last for ten months, from 25 July 2016 – 14 May 2017. The Fellows will continue their work in their home country.

5000 EUR will be awarded to the three most convincing venture plans.

The tuition fees for the program, excluding travel and living expenses, is 1000 EUR. However, financial aid is also available. The selection process is need-blind, so the school will try to ensure that all selected fellows can attend the program.

The deadline for application is 11th February.

To apply for the program, visit the website and submit your application online at


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