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FEELL FUTURE OF THE STATE FELLOWSHIP

Preparing you for the future of work in public policy, politics & the public sector

The future of the state is being shaped by The 4th Industrial (Technological) Revolution & The Social Justice Revolution. These revolutions will impact every sphere of society and will fundamentally change the way the workplace functions, posing new existential challenges. Only job-seekers and aspiring leaders who understand these changes and have the skills to adapt to them, will advance at the future of work in the public sector.

The FEELL Future of the State Fellowship, brings together a global coalition of industry, nonprofit and government leaders to give aspiring policy leaders and civil servants a look into the volatile future of work in public policy & politics, training them to deliver transformational impact.

MEET SOME OF YOUR FACULTY

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PAUL RUPPERT

Campaign Strategist for President G.H.Bush

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john heilprin

Fr. Chief Correspondent of Associated Press, Geneva

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Antonia pereira

Focal Point for Gender Equality, International Criminal Court

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AYSHA VALERY

Attorney advisor, US Dept of Justice;  Fellow, Harvard Uni

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LUCAS HERAL

Press and Digital Advisor to the Prime Minister of France

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SAMAR VERMA

Fr. Global Head of Policy, Oxfam; Lecturer, Oxford Uni

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DR. RITU DEWAN

Senior Advisor to UNDP & World Bank on Gender Policy

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Rory moore

Advisor, UK Govt; Forbes 30 U30; United Nations Youth Rep

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FELLOWSHIP STRUCTURE

Duration

2 Months

Eligibility

University students & young working professionals

Time Commitment

12 hrs/week

Format

Part-time,

Live Online

Cohort Starting

May, 2023

60 HRS OF LIVE INTERACTIVE LECTURES

 No theoretical learning.

Practical industry insights delivered live by a global coalition of eminent policy leaders.

30 INDUSTRY LEADER NETWORKING SESSIONS 

Network and establish personal connections with global leaders in politics and policymaking, building networks crucial for career success.

LIVE INDUSTRY PROJECT

Gain real world experience by working remotely on a live industry project for an industry client in the policy/political space. Fellows get work experience, mentorship and a certificate from the industry partner.

METHODOLOGY

In-class learning: Our lectures are tailored to provide real-world insights and a diverse range of industry perspectives that are unavailable through traditional forms of education. Learning from accomplished policy and political leaders from across the globe, who bring a cumulative 500+ years of government experience from 5 continents, will fundamentally change the way students view government, their careers, and their role in society. The fellowship program promises a transformative experience, critical to success in the public sector of the future.

Industry learning: Across the 2 months every fellow works on a real world social industry project that supplements their in-class learning experience. The fellows work in groups to meet the needs of their client and will have weekly check-ins with them to ensure the successful execution of the project. The work is self-paced, providing the fellows with the flexibility to work at their own convenience.

EVALUATION & GRADUATION

Attendance for fellowship sessions is mandatory. Upon successful completion of the program, fellows will receive a graded diploma from FEELL and a work certificate issued by the industry partner for the successful execution of the 2-month industry project. To graduate, fellows must achieve a grade C or higher. 

 

FEELL places a strong emphasis on real-world relevance over traditional rote learning. Instead of traditional exams, evaluations in the form of case studies and simulations are conducted after each module, with final grades being determined through a combination of in-class performance, module evaluations, and industry project performance.

TIME COMMITMENT

Approx 12-15 hrs/week (Including all in-class, self work & industry project commitments). All lectures and fellowship commitments are conducted in the evenings or over the weekends so as to not coincide with any full-time work or university commitments of the fellows.

SCHEDULE

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 In addition to the above schedule, Fellows are expected to spend an average of 7 hrs/week of self work on the industry project.

Note- This is a representative schedule only, subject to change based on faculty availability.

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SCHEDULE

SCHEDULE

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 In addition to the above schedule, Fellows are expected to spend an average of 7 hrs/week of self work on the industry project.

Note- This is a representative schedule only, subject to change based on faculty availability.

CURATED FOR THE FUTURE

Futuristic multi-disciplinary curriculums derived from cutting-edge research and practitioner insights, that use a social science lens to analyse the implications of technology.

DELIVERED BY GLOBAL LEADERS

Lectures delivered by a diverse global coalition of the worlds most impactful industry leaders, academicians and leadership coaches.

PRIORITISE ACTION OVER DOCTRINE

Experiential learning systems with a focus on learning by doing. Students work on real world industry/social projects that supplements  in-class learning.

BUILT AROUND SOCIAL JUSTICE

Our programs prioritise empathy building and learning from a social justice & climate lens, to build socially resonsible, ethical leaders.

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BRANDING

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STORYTELLING

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DESIGN

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CONSULTING

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