Twice per year, The Coaching Fellowship selects between 50 and 75 young high potential women leaders each time in the social impact sector to become our fellows. Fellows receive executive level coaching at a massively reduced rate so they may focus deeply on personal and leadership development, attaining their goals, and changing the world in the process. In addition, fellows join our network of 400+ women impact leaders around the world.
Learn more about how we got started and why we’re doing this.
Fellows receive a total of 11 hours of intensive 1:1 executive coaching sessions over a period of 6 months via phone/Skype/WhatsApp with one of our highly experienced and certified coaches.
There are two parts of the program:
Part One: 8 intensive coaching sessions over 4 months
Part Two: 3 coaching sessions over 2 months
Program costs: The Fellowship is offered at a dramatically reduced rate, but not completely free. We ask fellows to donate $495 as a fee for the program.
NOTE: Typically such a program costs between $5,000 and $7,000. Through the incredible generosity of our coaches, who offer their services completely pro-bono, we are proud to be able to offer fellowship places at this rate. Fellows’ donations go to The Coaching Fellowship’s operational costs, so as a 501 c 3 non-profit organization we may continue to support many more incredible young women leaders in the future.
The Coaching Fellowship is open to any young woman leader based anywhere in the world, who is today transforming our world for the better.
We are looking for a candidate who is:
Typically our fellows earn less than $125,000 per year.
Disclaimer: We have a requirement that a fellow in the TCFS program is emotionally and mentally stable before joining our program. If you have experienced significant emotional trauma, a traumatic event, and have been in recovery or treatment in the last 12 month, we recommend that you consider applying for our fellowship program after at least 12 months post-recovery.
Coaching is a wonderful process for opening up transformation and going deep, but the serious concern is that it can also trigger traumatic emotions if you are recovering and healing from trauma, and because our coaches don’t have therapeutic training to support that, it could potentially harm you, and we would never, ever want that for anyone.
If you have any questions regarding this requirement, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
We are continually working hard as an organization to welcome, embrace and support all people.
The Coaching Fellowship does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of our activities or operations.
A coach is NOT the same as a mentor, consultant, or career counselor.
A mentor/consultant will set out to train or give you direct advice in support of the professional goal or project you are attempting to accomplish. A career counselor will help you to hone professional development skills such as creating a resume or cover letter, and give you direction on your career path.
A Coaching Fellowship coach, on the other hand, will work with you to reach your personal and professional goals. They will guide you and help you to focus on your strengths, rather directly advising you. They will enable you to grow, motivate you and hold you accountable to your goals.
Here’s a helpful chart to further clarify what a coach is:
|Your coach will:||Your coach will NOT:|
We match a fellow with a coach as much as possible based on timezone compatibility, and also consider a coach’s experience and fellow’s needs. Note: a coach may be in a completely different country than the fellow - so far our coaches are based in 23 countries and we continue to expand with each program.
All our coaches are professionally trained, highly experienced in leadership development, and very dedicated to supporting our fellows. They come from very different backgrounds than our fellows, and are experts in helping our fellows help themselves. Our coaches are completely committed to our fellows’ success and growth. They are here to help our fellows gain better understanding of their strengths and blind spots, both personally and professionally.
|Jun 18, 2018||Applications OPEN for 2018 Cohort 2 Program|
|Aug 10, 2018||Applications CLOSE for 2018 Cohort 2 Program|
|Sep 17, 2018||Application results announced to all applicants|
|Sep 28, 2018||Applicant deadline to accept Fellowship place|
|Oct 8, 2018||Fellows and Coaches Introduced|
|Oct 8-12, 2018||Fellows Onboarding Calls|
Part One (4 months)
|Oct 15-19, 2018||Introduction call with coaches|
|Oct 22-26, 2018||Launch/Discovery Session Week|
|Nov 2018 (TBD)||Open Fellows Call|
|Dec 2018 (TBD)||Open Fellows Call|
|Jan 2019 (TBD)||Open Fellows Call|
|Feb 15, 2019||Part One Coaching ends|
Part Two (2 months)
|Feb 15, 2019||Part Two Coaching begins|
|Feb 2019 (TBD)||Open Fellows Call|
|Mar 2019 (TBD)||Open Fellows Call|
|Apr 15, 2019||Closure Session Week|
|Apr 19, 2019||Program ends|
NOTE: Please take note of the dates above and plan ahead carefully. If you are selected to join our 2018 Cohort 2 program, you are expected to follow and honor the program timeline.
Have more questions about our program? Check out our FAQ page for more information.