African Leadership Academy seeks a young professional passionate about enabling university success for exceptional young leaders from across Africa as part of our Akwanya Scholars Program: an exciting partnership with The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program.
The Temporary Strategic Relations (SR) Assistant supports the Strategic relations function and the position reports into the Vice President & Director of the Strategic Relations Department.
African Leadership Academy seeks passionate educators who create learning environments that engage and develop the next generation of leaders. ALA faculty work each day with promising young leaders from a wide range of backgrounds, selected for their potential to lead change.
African Leadership Academy seeks exceptional young professionals with a demonstrated passion for Entrepreneurial Leadership and the African continent to an exciting position that will see them build their own capacity as an entrepreneurial leader while building and impacting Africa’s transformative leaders of tomorrow.
African Leadership Academy seeks an MBA candidate with a passion for finance and social innovation to work directly with our CFO and CEO in summer 2015 to create systems and processes that will enable organizational efficiency, and to lay the foundation for our next phase of growth.
African Leadership Academy seeks an experienced nurse who enjoys working with young adults to join our team as Matron, living in the boarding house and working directly with our Assistant Dean for Pastoral Care to instil habits of good health and personal leadership.
ALA Fellowships are two-year posts for young professionals who have completed their undergraduate studies within the past five years. ALA Fellows work closely with talented and passionate students from across the African continent. Fellows participate actively in student life as coaches and faculty members in our unique curricula in entreprenurial leadership and African studies. They also oversee extracurricular activities, serve as resident advisors and teach courses in academic subjects of interest.
The ALF Graduate and Chapters Program Coordinator will play a critical role in developing and connecting young leaders from African Leadership Academy and supporting the long-term success and sustainability of ALA in pursuing its mission to transform the continent. The primary responsibilities of the Graduate and Chapters Program Coordinator are to lead and enhance the ALA Graduate Program in the United States and to expand the ALA Chapter system.