Our one-year Fellowship offers full-time engagements with our portfolio companies in developing and emerging countries across five world regions.
The LGT Impact Fellowship, formerly known as ICats Fellowship Program, builds upon our experience in running this program since 2009 and placing well over 100 Fellows with leading social enterprises around the world.
Depending on the availability of open positions, we are offering two generic types of Fellowship roles, both of which involve one-year full-time engagements in the field:
The next intake will take place in July 2018 for which interested candidates can apply throughout February 2018 through the member portal .
One full year, full-time in the field.
Africa, India, the Philippines, China, Brazil and United Kingdom
Placements across our Fellowship locations are subject to an approved working permit for the specific country. It is the candidate’s obligation with assistance from the host company to obtain the necessary permissions.
Fellows are employed by their host companies based on a formal temporary volunteering or working contract that is in line with local HR and employment policies. To formalize their role as LGT Impact Fellows, nominated candidates are also asked to sign a Fellowship Agreement with LGT Venture Philanthropy Foundation.
Fellows with assistance from their host companies are responsible for obtaining the appropriate visa that allows them to work in the Fellowship destination for the duration of their Fellowship. We offer assistance with respect to providing necessary documentation and sharing learnings from experiences with previous Fellows.
Reese Fernandez, CEO Rags2Riches, Philippines
"Good talent coupled with compassion is a potentially organization-changing combination. LGT Impact carefully screens and interviews potential candidates, making sure that their skills set and values would match the needs and values of partner organizations. The commitment of LGT Impact to this, and the amazing roster of Fellows, could definitely make a significant difference for organizations that want to change the world."