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Launch a food-based social startup in a year
Year Here is an immersive full-time course in social innovation, kicking off on 30th August 2021.
At a time of national crisis, we have an opportunity to reimagine society. Starting a scalable social business could be your best shot at impact – and learning on the frontline is where you need to start.
Over 10 months, you’ll gain deep insight into complex social issues and learn to build entrepreneurial solutions to society’s toughest problems.
If selected to become a Fellow, you will:
Beyond Year Here
Finish the programme with a venture and you’ll get seed funding, business support, desk space and client introductions to launch your business.
Our alumni have launched 42 social ventures, including many food-based social enterprises.
Since launching in 2013 at 10 Downing St, we have worked with 256 Fellows who collectively have contributed 161,280 hours to crucial frontline services.
Our 42 alumni ventures have raised millions in investment and reached over 5,000 service users to date.
No course fees
Unlike a Master's degree or MBA, we have no tuition fee. This is a reimagination of higher education. Rather than spending a year in a lecture hall and paying £10,000 for the privilege, we challenge you to learn by doing – working on real social impact projects. Our partners pay us to be involved and that covers your tuition costs.
To widen access to the programme we have a small number of means-tested bursaries available, and offer additional support through TfL discounts and recommendations for flexible paid work and affordable accommodation.
We’re looking for people with a solid professional skillset and an entrepreneurial track record. This doesn’t mean you have to have started your own business before but you will need to demonstrate that you have a bias towards action. Drive, passion for social justice and a strong learning orientation are also essential.
It’s a 3-stage process: a written application, video interview and half-day selection workshop. Typically, 1 in 10 applicants secure a place on the programme.
Apply by midnight Sunday 6th June.
Register to start your application at https://bit.ly/2QGDiRZ
Year Here recognises that some communities have been historically excluded from the Social Innovation space. We are committed to playing our part in ensuring talent from within these communities can take part in our programme. We pride ourselves in fostering diverse talent, faculty and curriculum and believe lived experience drives innovation. We actively encourage applications from Black, Indigenous, People of Colour, LGBTQI+ and Disabled communities as well as people who are pregnant or have caring responsibilities. We also recognise the importance of diversity of thought within our programme and are fully committed to embracing the talents of people with autism, dyslexia, ADHD and other forms of neurocognitive variation. We will always seek to make appropriate adjustments to recruitment, workplaces, and work processes to be fully inclusive to people with different needs and working styles. If you need us to make any reasonable adjustments for you from application onwards, including alternatives to the online form or to disclose a neurocognitive condition, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find out more, please reach out to the above email address or read this article about our Black Lives Matter, Anti-Racism and Diversity and Inclusion Commitments or our hiring and selection practices.
Start your application at https://bit.ly/2QGDiRZ
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About Year Here
YEAR HERE IS A POSTGRADUATE COURSE IN SOCIAL INNOVATION BASED IN LONDON The course is a platform for entrepreneurial people to build smart solutions to entrenched social problems. It’s immersive, action-oriented and grounded in the lived experience of Londoners in care homes, hostels and youth services across London. Our Fellows try their hand at building creative, scalable responses to social problems, supported by industry mentoring and a rigorous social innovation curriculum.