The Activists for Social Development Fellowship is a competitive, paid eight-week program for recent college graduates who want to be part of building the field of Afterschool Development as a new approach to fighting poverty in our country.
Where: New York City
When: June 8 - July 31, 2015
All Stars Project, Inc. is hiring 10 recent college graduates, or students graduating in the spring of 2015, for a competitive, eight-week, paid summer fellowship program that is designed to challenge them to be self-starters and make a difference - and along the way provide high-level training in fundraising, community organizing, nonprofit management, and youth development at a major national nonprofit organization with an outside-the-box approach.
Previous Activists for Social Development Fellows have gone on to be hired full or part-time for the All Stars Project, Inc. 2015 fellows will be considered highly for any positions that may be available after the summer.
Ideal candidates will believe in our values. After all, it's what we stand for!
All fellows will learn the crucial skills of fundraising and program development. They will learn about how our $9 million, national nonprofit functions as a privately-funded and community-based organization. Each fellow will integrated into one All Stars department to work hands-on with that staff department team and play a leadership role in our summer projects and activities.
Join the growing numbers of young adults dedicating themselves to making a difference in the world by building the All Stars community... apply today!
Applications for the NY program are now closed.
Additional All Stars Project Fellowship Opportunities
ALL STARS PROJECT OF THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
The All Stars is also offering fellowship positions at the All Stars Project of the San Francisco Bay Area! This fellowship is offered through a separate application.
To apply for the San Francisco fellowship, please send a statement of interest along with your resume to Jill Battalen at email@example.com
Applications for the SF program are now closed.