The fellowship provides funding and mentorship to tech-savvy entrepreneurs in their early careers. Ideal candidates have innovative solutions to social problems.
Candidates for the latest round of the Voqal Fellowship must have three to five years of career experience and may not be enrolled in graduate school. Fellows have six months to complete their project and will receive a $30,000 stipend in order to build out an idea that would not be possible to accomplish with a full-time job. Additional stipends may be available to offset health insurance costs for qualifying fellows.
Visit http://voqal.org/initiatives/voqal-fellowship by Oct. 23 to apply, nominate and learn about how Voqal Fellows are making a difference in the world.
If you have any questions about the fellowship, please contact Michele Christiansen at MChristiansen@voqal.org.
It still one of the older authorized machine used for top companies and embassies &governments.
I think you have an idea for older discontinued machines like Telex.
Have a nice weekend.
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- Columbia College ChicagoAssociate Professor, 1994 - 2015Taught in Journalism, Television, Education Studies, and Academic Computing departments. Recipient of ACLS and F.I.P.S.E grants to integrate technology into liberal education. Founded ChicagoTalks.org in 2006 at Columbia College Chicago.
"DrBarb" started blogging in 1999. A "midlife" journalist, Barbara Iverson did a stint as an elementary school teacher, an educational researcher, and a producer of interactive multimedia. More recently, Iverson was a contributor to Poynter's E-Media Tidbits, former VP for Technology for Association of Women Journalists(AWJ), an organizer of Chicago Bloggers Meetup, a member of Chicago's opengov group, and advisor to the Society for Professional Journalist Student Chapter at Columbia College.
Barbara K. Iverson, PhD.
- UICPublic Policy, 1981
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