Applications for Fall 2018 fellowships are closed.

View frequently asked questions about the fellowship process.


Successful candidates possess the following traits:

  • Comfortable working with youth
  • Commitment to continuous professional improvement and reflection
  • Resourcefulness and initiative
  • Passionate about the social sector
  • Use patience and tolerance to address problems
  • Demonstrate integrity
  • Demonstrate professionalism  

New York, NY

Work with Fiver Children's Foundation

The Fiver Children’s Foundation is a comprehensive youth development organization that makes a 10-year commitment to children from underserved communities throughout New York City and central New York. 

A fellow will help Fiver Children's Foundation improve their youth outreach methods.

Learn more about the Outreach Program Fellow opportunity.


Work with Row New York

Through the discipline of rowing and rigorous academic support, Row New York transforms the lives of New Yorkers regardless of background or ability.

The fellow will help Row New York analyze their existing data and create reports to help them further enhance their programming.

Learn more about the Program Evaluation Fellow opportunity.

Portland, OR

Work with Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland

Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland inspires and enables all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.

The fellow will identify social services needed by Members and their families, and develop an online database of community resources.

Learn more about the Community Resources Fellow opportunity.



Work with IRCO

IRCO's mission is to promote the integration of refugees, immigrants and the community at large into a self-sufficient, healthy and inclusive multi-ethnic society.

The fellow will work to enhance the health curriculum by compiling and creating health-focused lessons and assist with the implementation.

Learn more about the Health Program Fellow.

Central Iowa

Work with Iowa Department of Human Rights

The Iowa Department of Human Right’s (DHR) Mission: To ensure basic rights, freedoms and opportunities for all by empowering underrepresented Iowans and eliminating economic, social and cultural barriers.

The fellow will work to enhance curriculum that focuses on learning about state government, advocacy, and leadership for Youth Empowerment Programs.

Learn more about the Curriculum Development Fellow opportunity.



Work with YSS

YSS provides prevention, treatment, and transition programming and services to children, youth and families in Iowa.

The fellow will work closely with YSS to create a plan of YSS University, a diverse and well-rounded training curriculum based on the needs of YSS for staff, youth, and community partners.

Learn more about the Training Curriculum Fellow opportunity.