So, what exactly is The Fix Scholarship?
The Fix Scholarship is a non-profit organisation that offers female social entrepreneurs – those who are all about solutions for social development challenges – the opportunity to complete the Gordon Institute of Business Schools’ (GIBS) Social Entrepreneurship course.
The course is aimed at assisting them to make impactful social and economic change within their communities. Plus – the opportunity to be awarded capital to maintain or start up their business.
Calling all techies…
Amazing news: The Fix Scholarship has partnered with Software AG South Africa to launch the Software AG Social Innovation Start-Up Programme. It’s aimed at providing assistance to tech-enabled start-ups to solve their biggest social challenges, including providing networks, best practices and capital to scale in the industry.
“With technology advancing globally and the visible rise of tech social enterprises in South Africa, the partnership between Software AG and the Fix Scholarship is an important partnership in providing social innovators with the skills to not only exist, but thrive in a rapidly changing digital space. The Fix Scholarship has always remained true to its belief in female entrepreneurship, leadership and social impact through education, and I believe that the partnership with Software AG South Africa will truly be beneficial to our entrepreneurs,” says Fix.
Fix is passionate about transformation in SA by continuing to invest in socio-economic development, skills development, plus supplier and enterprise development. We’re with you, Fix!
Applications are now open and will close on the 31 March 2020. Interested applicants can register on www.fixscholarship.co.za.