JF Fee Breakdown

Cost breakdown of JF program

JF Program – Cost Breakdown for 1 JF

A Junior Fellow placement costs EWB a lot – please see the table below that outlines

the cost breakdown of the program. We consider these numbers to be a vast under- estimation, especially as human resources (all the coaching, placement and training

support provided by the Fellowship team, etc.) are not included in this estimation. Here

are how the program costs break down:

Africa-Based JF Costs

Canada-Based JF Costs

Africa Stipend

3500

Stipend

3850

International Travel

2800

Canada Travel

400

Health Costs

500

Program Management Contribution

1100

Insurance Costs

500

Retreat Costs

400

Misc Set-Up (helmet, first aid kit,

etc)

120

Training Accommodation

300

Visa Costs

250

Training

150

Set-Up Fund in Africa

150

Summer Accommodation

2200

In-Country Travel

125

Bursary Contribution

500

Toronto Stipend

180

Total Cost

8900

Toronto Accommodation

300

Pre-Dep Training Costs

150

Africa Training and Retreat

Costs

300

Domestic Travel

400

Bursary Contribution

500

Program Management

Contribution

1100

Total Cost

10,875

Chapter Contribution (Canada or

Africa)

8500

Importance of the Payment Schedule

As written in the previous section on timelines, here is the payment schedule that chapters are expected to follow:

Payments

Amount

Date Due

Payment 1

1500

05-Dec-16

Payment 2

1500

30-Jan-17

Payment 3

2500

07-Mar-17

Payment 4

3000

18-Apr-17

Total

8500

The EWB National Office will be proactive in connecting with chapters and expect

chapters to be diligent in making the required payments. Not having JF payments on

time directly impacts EWB’s cash flow and our ability to carry out our work.

For each installment, the Fellowships team will send an email reminder to each Finance

rep. The reminder will include the amount due and the date by which the payment must

be received. The reminder will also request that the Finance lead inform EWB’s

bookkeeper Faiza Khalid,faizakhalid@ewb.ca) of the method of payment (cheque or

through the Chapter’s National Balance).

Following receipt of this reminder, the Finance rep must email Faiza Khalid to inform her

of the method of payment. If the payment will be made by cheque, the Finance rep

should ensure that it is put in the mail far enough in advance to arrive at the National

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