MannMukti’s Youth Fellowship is a 6 month, virtual, volunteer, part-time opportunity (starting in June 2021) for high school students to get involved in mental health advocacy. It is open to any person (ages 13 – 18) from the South Asian diaspora.
Apply by April 30, 2021!
Throughout this fellowship, we hope to:
The program is split into two parts:
The Education Curriculum is a 14-week program structured in a weekly (1 hour) lecture and weekend (2 hour) discussion format, centered on the mental health needs within the South Asian diaspora. These lectures and discussions will be led by an incredible selection of speakers, educators and advocates from several notable advocacy and community organizations.
Over the 14 weeks, you’ll have an opportunity to learn and discuss the following:
The Capstone Accelerator is a 10-week program where students will have the opportunity to build their own advocacy projects. Under MannMukti’s guidance, students will be able to take a social-impact idea and build out a community-oriented project.
Over the 10 weeks, students will have the opportunity to:
*This fellowship is unpaid.*
However, throughout the program, you will have the opportunity to:
*While there is no cost to applying, if selected into the cohort, you will have to pay a materials fee (for all the education materials involved in the fellowship).*
Must be a high school student (ages 13-18)
Must have roots in the South Asian diaspora
Must be interested in learning about and advocating for mental health!
Submit this Google Form application by April 30, 2021
If selected, you will be invited to interview with our team
If accepted post-interview, you’ll hear back from us and receive an invite for the Fellowship Orientation, which will take place in June 2021