Call for Proposals: Gauteng After-school Programmes

Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
Opportunity closing date: 
Thursday, 23 March, 2017
Opportunity type: 
Call for proposals

The Learning Trust (TLT) and Ikamva Youth have partnered to develop and expand the Collaborative Community Programme (CCP). The CCP is a growing network of after-school programmes in Western Cape and Gauteng, where members are provided with knowledge, skills and resource-sharing opportunities. CCP aims to increase the number of high impact, sustainable tutoring programmes in South Africa.

The organisation seeks proposals for Gauteng After-school Programmes.
You can get involved in various ways:

  • Become a member of the wider collaborative community, where you will be invited to take part in networking, skill sharing and targeted training sessions for coordinators and tutors
  • Be selected to attend a three day Programme Coordinator Training 4-6th April 2017, this will provide know-how and tools on implementing the model and achieving results
  • Following a three to six-month probation period, could become a grantee of The Learning Trust and an IkamvaYouth Implementing Partner, and receive bespoke capacity support in all areas of organisational development, such as the areas of strategy and M&E, fundraising and governance, and financial controls
  • Join the movement to track and monitor collective impact: use the customised data capturing tool for monitoring and tracking, and become part of a community delivering collective impact and working together to build an effective sector of after-school programmes working in an increasingly aligned and collaborative way with Government

To see a full call and eligibility criteria click here

Complete application form online and submit a motivation letter by email to by the deadline of Thursday 23rd March 2017. 

For enquiries, contact Zoe Mann on 0744767965. 

Successful applicants will be informed of next steps by end of day on Friday 24th March 2017.

Ensure that at least one member of staff is available for a telephone/Skype call on Monday 27th March 2017. 

The organisation will notify you of a time should your application be successful.   

Ensure that at least two members of staff from your organisation are available for the full three day training 4th – 6th April 2017; this must include one Director/senior management and one Coordinator/Programme staff.

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