Apply for Fall 2019 Fellowship by July 21, 2019
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Successful candidates possess most of the following traits:
Comfort 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 ability to work independently and in a team
Work with Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Iowa
Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Iowa inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
The fellow will create a music curriculum for BGCCI’s new Burt Club on Drake University’s campus.
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 assist with developing a community-based services inventory for youth involved with Juvenile Court Services in each judicial district in Iowa.
Work with Kids First Law Center
Kids First Law Center works to help children deal with the trauma of divorce in their family by providing educational divorce workshops and providing legal representation to children whose parents are engaged in a high-conflict divorce or custody battle.
The fellow will create a new survey and evaluation tool to ensure that Kids First can measure the impact of their program and improve their curriculum.
Work with YSS
YSS provides prevention, treatment, and transition programming and services to children, youth and families in Iowa.
The fellow will work to develop an online toolkit for the Teens Against Human Trafficking program and promote the Achieving Maximum Potential (AMP) program materials.
Work with 826CHI
826CHI is dedicated to supporting students age 6 to 18 with their creative and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write.
The fellow will assist with teen and volunteer recruitment. Through teen outreach, their access to 826CHI’s programs will increase. Through volunteer outreach, the fellow will help expand the cohort of volunteers as the student population increases.
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.
The fellow will work to refine and enhance Fiver’s year-round College Access program.
Work with South Bronx United
South Bronx United aims to help youth build character, teanwork, and leadership so they can succeed in high school, college, careers, their community and beyond by using soccer as a tool for social change.
The fellow will help South Bronx United survey their alumni to gain an understanding of their social emotional needs, and develop an alumni program based on the needs.
Work with Youth INC
Youth INC works to transform the lives of New York City by empowering the organizations that serve them.
The fellow will work in relation to Youth INC’s Metrics program to identify how to further support alumni of the program and develop an internal evaluation system.
Work with Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland
Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metro’s mission is to empower all young people, especially those who need us most, to discover their full potential as caring, engaged, responsible community members.
The fellow will help improve outreach and engagement strategies for Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Athletics Leadership Leagues.