Learn Fellowship, a global upskilling program

Copenhagen, Denmark: Today, the Muellners Foundation officially launched the Learn’ Fellowship program.

The program also works with open source projects which are mitigating climate change & global health challenges.

The curriculum of Learn program is based on technology’s impact in social and financial inclusion sectors including green initiatives.

The Foundation announced that there are several courses to begin with:

Financial applications courses

Alternative Financial applications courses

Climate change and Global Health applications courses

Social Inclusion and Governance Research

Learn Fellowship has been announced, beginning with two separate benchmarks, a 3 months and a 6 months batch.

Industry professionals and members affiliated to successful open source projects have also been invited to join ‘Learn’. The Foundation announced that mentors can build a talent pool out of this fellowship and also strengthen their open source communities.

The Research team at Muellners Foundation is also excited to mentor the first batch that has already commenced.

The candidates joining the fellowship can expect a major upskill in open source technologies in financial and non financial services. The successful candidates will be certified on these technologies.

As part of its social commitment, the foundation also announced that the program is free to students, if selected.

Learn Fellowship is an upskilling program ​for gaining professional skills and applying ​the skills to active projects deployed on ​the Open Constitution AI network. Muellners Foundation invests in the future with our ​education initiatives.

Read more about the Learn Program by visiting the knowledge base:

Visit Open Bounty, platform for open source fellowships and jobs.

Explore Fellowship courses by visiting the Foundation Campus

Muellners Foundation is an international Trust for social finance that provides digital aid and social finance services to beneficiaries in low and middle income economies.