The Esri Indonesia Fellowship Program is a human capital development program for students and professionals across the country who are keen to learn more about GIS applications to real-world scenarios.
How to join the program
The Fellowship Program is open to professionals from various industries and students currently enrolled in a college or university program, and who are willing to learn, explore, and develop GIS solutions for unconventional projects.
This program is currently open for professionals until 15 September 2023. For students who are interested in our program, please check our GIS internship page.
If you have signed up for professional program in mid 2022, please kindly sign up again for the 2023 program.
Elevate your GIS skills by learning from our specialists! Discover the masterpieces from our previous participants and follow their paths in creating advanced solutions using Esri's latest technology.
For more detailed information on either stream, please refer to the FAQs below.
- FAQs for Professional Fellowship
What’s new in the fellowship program for professionals in 2023?
All professionals will participate in four (4) weeks of fundamental GIS classes after which a selection process will take place.
Those who qualify after attending the classes will be invited to join mentoring sessions over four (4) weeks and to build a learning project.
You will be required to present your project with ArcGIS Story Maps and present it to respected organisations along with Esri Indonesia team.
What will I gain as a professional participating in the fellowship program?
The fellowship program allows you to:
- Level up your own professional GIS skill & recognition from your organisation
- Connect and learn with other professionals from various industries
- Build your own GIS Portfolio
- Obtain a recognised certificate from Esri Indonesia
What are the program dates?
- Registration: 10 August 2023 - 2 September 2023
- Announcement: 20 September 2023
- Technical Meeting: 27, 28, 29 September 2023 (participants only need to choose one date for this mandatory meeting)
- Workshop: 2 - 27 October 2023
- Mentoring announcement: 1 November 2023
- Mentoring session: 6 - 30 November 2023
- Presentation session: 1 - 15 December 2023
How do I apply and what documents do I need?
Please submit your application, where you will be required to provide:
- A complete application
- An updated CV
- A description of your learning plan or the solution that you want to develop
Will this year’s fellowship be virtual?
Yes, to enable participants from all over Indonesia to join this program, the fellowship will be conducted virtually/online.
Can I apply in a group?
Yes, but the application is only for one person at a time.
Will the project work be done individually or in a group?
The assigned project might be done as a group, but each participant is still required to make and submit their own motivation letter when applying.
- FAQs for Student Fellowship
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