THE DO SCHOOL – SMART CONNECTION FELLOWSHIP Conferences Fully Funded International Training 
Status: CLOSED


Join the 4-week Smart Connection Challenge and create new ways of encouraging meaningful connection through music and lifestyle experiences.

Are you passionate about music and creating genuine connections between people?

Then become one of 20 young change-makers from around the world who will be brought to Berlin, Germany to find new ways of using technology that improve the quality of connections among young people. During the program, participants will co-create concrete products, services and/or campaigns that inspire and resonate with millennials.

The program is brought to you by The DO School, a global platform dedicated to innovation, entrepreneurship, and social impact; in partnership Telekom Electronic Beats, an international music and lifestyle marketing program. By placing high value on creativity, journalistic integrity and editorial insight, Telekom Electronic Beats has established itself as a genuine expert and thought leader within the electronic music scene.

The program will allow you to master the DO Method, an award-winning innovation approach that equips you to put your ideas into action, both quickly and effectively. Along with change-makers and experts from around the world, you will take a real-life innovation from the idea phase into the implementation phase. Selected products will be piloted in Europe, where Telekom Electronic Beats already has an expansive market presence.


18-35 year-olds in fields such as – but not limited to – music, design, social entrepreneurship, technology, activism, journalism, education and/or the arts. Your level of English must be good enough to follow the program.


Selected participants will receive a full scholarship covering tuition as well as travel cost to and from Berlin, local accommodation and public transport for the program duration.

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