Transformational Leadership Program 2015

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Transformational Leadership Program Scholarship Announcement University of South Africa 2015

For 62 years, The Africa-America Institute (AAI) has worked to strengthen human capacity and develop
effective leaders in Africa. In fact, over the years, AAI’s advanced academic and professional training and
leadership programs have served and supported more than 23,000 talented men and women across each of the 54 African countries.

In 2006, AAI created the Transformational Leadership Program (TLP) in partnership with The Coca-Cola
Africa Foundation and a select group of university partners. Since inception, the TLP has transformed the
caliber and sustainable impact of social sector service delivery to local African communities.

The University of South Africa (UNISA) is the newest TLP site partner. AAI will provide scholarships to 20
UNISA students enrolled in TMALI’s Introduction to Thought Leadership for Africa’s Renewal course.

SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY

To be eligible for the TLP Scholarship, candidates must meet the following requirements:

o Candidates must meet TMALI short learning programme admission criteria – senior
certificate/matric and minimum 1 year higher education qualification: click here.

Completed forms should be emailed to tmalisubmissions@unisa.ac.za

o Candidates must submit an application notifying us of your intent to fulfill essay
requirements:

Application Available Here.
Application Deadline: 10 July 2015

o Candidates must submit a well-written Essay (max. 1000 words) to programs@aaionline.org responding to the following question(s):

– What is Leadership?
– What constitutes effective leadership in Africa?
Essay Submission Deadline: 20 July 2015

o Candidates must represent NGO management and/or members

o Candidates must be based in or must work to directly support a ‘rural’ province

IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER

Applications are due: 10 July 2015

Essays are due: 20 July 2015

Scholarship Awards Announced: 31 July 2015

Please submit both an application and an essay to be considered.

For questions, please contact: Melissa Howell at programs@aaionline.org


The Education Ambassadors SA Team would like to thank Teko Malefane for sharing this opportunity with our community.

If you would also like to share opportunities you may have in your company, organisation or government department to help the youth, please email info@educationambassadors.org.za 

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