Genpact Social Impact Fellowship [12 Months]: Apply by March 31

By: Rashmi | 21 Mar 2020 4:12 PM
About the Fellowship

GSIF is a highly selective one-year fellowship program to give the opportunity to professionals to work on high-priority specific projects with select NGOs to drive high social impact.

The GSI Fellows will be:

  • Support creation of an ecosystem within NGOs that promotes continuous improvement
  • Working towards measurable and scalable impact and put systems in place at their respective NGOs leveraging their process excellence skills
  • Working on transformational projects which shall set new standards for the non-profit world
  • Driven and highly talented professionals with an innate desire to use their skills for social good

The fellowship is a fulltime commitment for 12 months. After completion of 1 year, basis performance and opportunity, if the fellow wishes to extend it, the GSIF leadership may take a call on extending the fellowship by another project year.

  • Opportunity to work on High Impact, meaningful Social sector projects
  • Fellows will get an opportunity to build Lean Six Sigma(LSS) expertise along with an overview of the social sector and respective NGOs they will be aligned to
  • The projects will be high priority projects for NGOs and you shall be directly dealing with Senior Leadership of the NGOs on a regular basis
  • Senior leadership at Genpact is very excited about this program. You shall be personally mentored by a senior leader throughout your fellowship.

You shall be entitled to consultancy fees during the fellowship and best efforts will be made to match it to your current in-hand salary.

How to Apply?

Interested applicants can apply for the fellowship through this link.

Application Deadline

March 31, 2020


Email: gsif.genpact[at]

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