The Global Youth Anticorruption Network (GYAC) and the World Bank Institute (WBI) Voices Against Corruption Program are launching a competition to call for proposals from students, recent graduates in Business Schools, and other interested and qualified individuals, firms or groups for a detailed business model that will steer the network towards sustainability. The proposal should consist of an outline for the business model as well as an indication of qualifications and relevant experience. The winning proposal will be shortlisted for the awarding of a $10,000 consultant or firm contract to conduct research and produce the business model. The first draft of the business model will be due within 60 days after the consultant/vendor contract is awarded, and the final copy should be submitted within 90 days. Young academics, business school graduates/students, and firms are encouraged to apply.