Largest cohort of Allan Gray Fellows graduates in Cape Town

Largest cohort of Allan Gray Fellows graduates in Cape Town

Fellowship GraduationThe Allan Gray Orbis Foundation is offering bright young learners the opportunity to become South Africa’s future high-impact entrepreneurial leaders. Applications to its Fellowship are now open to current grade 12 and first year university students.

Anthony Farr, CEO of the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation, says: “We aim to support and develop talented young South Africans through our Fellowship, which provides comprehensive financial support, access to entrepreneurial and personal development as well as mentorship opportunities to ensure the individual’s continued progress.”

“What distinguishes us from other scholarship and bursary programmes is our focus on developing high impact entrepreneurial leaders. It is the Foundation’s belief that such individuals are capable of shaping and transforming the future of the Southern African region as they drive positive change in the world. The Foundation therefore seeks to nurture and develop an entrepreneurial mindset in the most promising of Southern Africa’s youth through its Scholarship and Fellowship opportunities,” concludes Farr.

Applications to the Fellowship close on 30 April 2013 for grade 12 learners and on 31 August 2013 for current first year university students. Visit for more information.

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