Mastercard – Restless Development Youth Think Tank 2019

Mastercard - Restless Development Youth Think Tank

The Youth Think Tank (YTT) is a research group made up of young people from the Foundation’s networks. In partnership with Restless Development, it trains and mentors young people to conduct research, collect evidence, and document youth needs, challenges, and aspirations. Each year, a new cohort conducts research in their communities and makes recommendations based on their findings. Research is focused on key issues that affect youth. The YTT was launched in 2012, and since then, it has grown to 58 researchers from seven countries across the continent.

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Salary: This is a voluntary position but honorarium of $800 will be paid for the whole period upon satisfactory accomplishment of assigned tasks

To apply

Mastercard Foundation and Restless Development are looking for innovative young men and women, aged (18-24); from Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Malawi, Zambia or Ghana; who are passionate about research for development to join the Youth Think Tank (YTT).

Download role description here

Download application form here

Please send a completed application form and required documentation to yttugrecruitment@restlessdevelopment.org by 17th March 2019.

Please note that they DO NOT accept CVs, resumes and cover letters.

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