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Fellowships to USA, Canada, and International individuals to attend a multidisciplinary conference centered around the sharing of innovative ideas. Fellows represent a broad range of fields, and may include, but are not limited to, entrepreneurs, scientists, human rights activists, NGO leaders, artists, inventors, and advocates. Fellows collaborate and share new ideas and research across disciplines to create positive change around the world. The next TED Fellowships class will be invited to an in-person TED conference in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Every year, TED selects a new cohort of TED Fellows to join the program. Through a rigorous selection process, TED narrows down the thousands of applications to a final cohort. The TED Fellows program is one of the most competitive and highly selective fellowship programs in the world. TED Fellows are chosen based on their remarkable achievements, their interest in contributing to a growing community, their kindness and their innovative approach to studying and solving the world’s toughest problems.
Once selected, TED Fellows receive transformational support. The program offers them TED’s power to help articulate and amplify their vision. The program supports TED Fellows’ with the individual capacity-building required to take the global stage. TED Fellows are equipped with public speaking and media training, professional coaching, educational programming and connect them to a global network of peers and industry leaders.
TED Fellows are part of a diverse, collaborative and global community of more than 500 emerging and established experts. If selected, you’ll have the opportunity to give a TED Talk and gain valuable feedback from TED’s expert coaches on how to hone, express and communicate your work and ideas. You’ll receive career coaching and mentorship from TED's team of professional coaches and get public relations guidance and media training. You’ll participate in virtual programming for TED Fellows and be invited to attend a TED conference. Note: conference invitations may be impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
GrantWatch ID#: 173665
Once you are selected as a Fellow, TED will cover the costs of transportation to and from the TED conference, any visa you may need, accommodations and food while at the conference, and conference registration.
The primary obligations of the TED Fellowship last for one year.
You must be available to speak with the TED Fellows team via videoconference for approximately ten hours to develop your short TED Talk.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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