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As a Gratitude Leader (Fellow), how will you benefit?

Many of our Gratitude Leaders share that this has been one of the most rewarding experiences of their lives. Some of them have stated that their year as a Gratitude Leader completely changed their perspective and helped them to pivot, scale, and personally grow in ways they never could have previously dreamed.

There are so many benefits to being a Gratitude Leader. You will:

  • Gain new perspectives and increased confidence in yourself and in your team
  • Receive insights on how to better manage the unique problems and challenges you face
  • Get clarity on strategy, best practices, and how to scale your organization
  • Understand how to gain a better life balance as you pursue your passions
  • Learn from like-minded peers all around the world

Ultimately, you will serve the children and youth you care about with deeper impact.
And once a Gratitude Leader, always a Gratitude Leader! You will form lifelong friendships and bonds.

Frequently Asked Questions

Prior to starting your application, it is recommended that you review the Gratitude Network Fellowship Application Preparation Guide.

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    Time Commitments

    What are the time commitments for the Gratitude Network Fellowship?

    The average monthly time commitment for a Gratitude Fellow is 5 hours. There is an additional time commitment for the Gratitude Leadership Summit in June 2022 and Gratitude Leadership Huddle in November 2022.

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    Start Dates

    When does the Fellowship start?

    The 2022 Gratitude Fellowship starts in January 2022.

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    Application Deadline

    What is the application deadline?

    The deadline to complete Part 1 of the application is August 20, 2021. The deadline to complete Part 2 of the application is September 10, 2021. Selected applicants meeting the minimum eligibility requirements will be invited to complete Part 2 of the application.

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    Children and Youth

    What is the age range for “Children and youth beneficiaries”?

    Individuals still completing secondary education (regardless of age) are considered youth.

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    What types of organizations are eligible?

    Both nonprofit and for profit social enterprises are eligible.

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    Completing the Application

    Can the application be saved and completed later?

    Part 1 of the application is a short, preliminary question set; it cannot be saved and must be completed in one session. Part 2 of the application can be saved and completed later.

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    Submitting the Application

    Are faxed or emailed applications accepted?

    No – faxed/emailed applications are not accepted.

    Can multiple applications be submitted?

    No – please only submit one application per applicant/organization.

    Can changes be made to the application once it’s submitted?

    No – changes cannot be made to an application once it’s submitted..