ECOPRISE is a for-profit social enterprise. We simultaneously fulfill public duties and develop commercial market activities. Our goal is to generate economic, environmental and social impact through products and services that are sustainability-focused. Our work is mostly focused on renewable technologies and sustainable products. ECOPRISE operates across Nepal with its headquarters based in Lazimpat, Kathmandu.
We are a young team who work hard, support each other and enjoy companionship. We are passionate about the ECOPRISE’s cause. We work in a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) model.
While the fellowship is flexible and open to new ideas and comments, the following are the broad guidelines-
Duration – 2-4 Months (depends on availability of fellow) , 20-25 hours per week
Start Date: Mid-August / September (depends on availability of fellow)
Remuneration – There is going to be no salary, we can provide for simple food and accommodation in a rural setting. Transportation and “khaja” expenses will be covered in Kathmandu.
Fellow Profile - We are looking forward to work with young people (not limited by age) who are passionate about sustainability and equity. Young people who have an entrepreneurial drive, and most importantly with whom our value systems and philosophies match. Candidates should not mind working in a startup environment which is unpredictable and fast paced. They should posses leadership and community organizing skills.
Expectations from fellow – We don’t have any skill set requirement, we encourage people from all spheres - technology, finance, design, science, management development, art et al to apply – but the applicant should have a clear idea on what s/he wants to learn from the fellowship and what value s/he can contribute.
The fellows will be based in Nepal.
Fellowship positions are open for the following projects 1) Research (Renewable Energy Technologies, Sustainable Products, Feasibility Study, Literature Review) 2) Social marketing (Strategy, Marketing, Graphics, Communication and Newsletter)
Deadline: August 10, 2011