At the heart of Pan African Institute for Entrepreneurship and Community Development is the Award of Fellowship Program, an initiative that has helped cultivate an extraordinary cadre of entrepreneurial leaders.
It is the highest status conferred by the Institute and is a measure of the superiority of the holder. To be elected a Fellow you must be considered by our Council to have made a significant contribution in your field, most especially, community development, entrepreneurship, public administration, social protection, management, and innovation, and fulfill the mandates of the Institute.
Like all members, our Fellows demonstrate a commitment to continuing professional development and must abide by our Code of Conduct. Fellows are expected to act as role models and mentors for others in their profession, as champions for community development, entrepreneurship, public administration, social protection, management and innovation professionalism and as AMBASSADORS for the Institute.
Being elected as a Fellow is a mark of achievement and success. It is also an expectation of service. The role of a Fellow is to contribute, in whatever way they are able, to promoting and achieving the aims and objectives of the institute. This contribution should include the encouragement of colleagues to become professionally qualified and engaged as members of the Institute.
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