Ahmed Kathrada

Foundation

Ahmed kathrada foundation youth leadereship programme 2014 application form

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please answer the following questions on a page and attach to this application form

1.     why do you want to join this leadership programme and what do you wish to gain from it?

2.     What does leadership mean to you?

3.     What do you know about the ahmed kathrada foundation?

4.     discribe the leadership abilities that you have

5.     What leadership skills do you wish to develop by joining this programme

6.     how do you propose we fight racism?

7.     What issues does south africa face that need solutions from young leaders today

8.     Do you think IT’S time that the older generation passes the baton over to young people? WHY?

9.     The foundations core purpose of the foundation is deepening non-racialism how do you propose that we combat racism and how do we deepen non-racialsm?

 

criteria

1.     Must be between the ages of 15 and 25
2. Live in gauteng
3. must be able to travel to the foundation’s offices in lenasia
4. Must commit to attending the leadership programme session which will take place every forth night
5. Must be willing to work with people from all race groups and religions
6. Prepared to do and submitTe all tasks given
7. all programmes to run from 8am till 5pm
8. Willing to debate, read and work towards positive change within south africa
9. be willing to be part of community development programmes
10. be willing to fundraise and attend the youth camp on robben island

Send filled in application form with id document by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
or drop off at the foundation’s offices at Signet Terrace Office Park Block B, Suite 2

19 Guinea-Fowl Street
for more information contact youth coordinator busisiwe NKOSI
(w) (011) 854 0082 (cell) 084 4936 475 (email) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 02 December 2014

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