Windows Insiders, a global community of people using technology to make a lasting impact on the world has opened applications for fellows from the East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda.
The community aims at building and sustaining meaningful relationships with entrepreneurs and problem-solvers who think deeply about the issues confronting their communities around the world.
It also targets visionaries who create solutions that could address these issues, and leaders that grow opportunities for their solutions to thrive in the market.
All entrepreneurs who believe their work improves the lives of fellow East Africans and has the potential to impact the world have been invited to file application by March 31st 2017.
For one to qualify to apply, they must be a legal resident of Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania or Uganda, and aged 18 and above.
They must originate an idea for a product or service that will improve the lives of East African people and be willing to adhere to the Fellowship Requirements should they be awarded a Fellowship.
Government employees, Microsoft workers and immediate family members of any Microsoft staff have also been ruled as ineligible to apply for fellowship.[related-posts]