The E4C Fellowship is a workforce development program at the intersection of engineering and global development, serving to activate and empower early-career engineers worldwide to solve local and global challenges. Providing a unique platform to develop soft skills and connect with mentors and peers from all continents, the E4C Fellowship offers leadership development opportunities preparing the next generation of technical professionals to reach their fullest potential and advance the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. E4C Fellows deepen their understanding of global development through targeted research, analysis and engagement with the E4C’s cross-sector partners and community of experts. The 2021 Cohort of E4C Fellows is part of a global network of extraordinary Fellow Alumni dedicated to infusing engineering rigor into world-changing development efforts.
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