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Catawba Lands Conservancy, Charlotte, NC
Catawba Lands Conservancy (CLC) is a land trust - a nonprofit, community-based conservation organization that permanently conserves and manages land for public benefit in the Southern Piedmont of North Carolina. CLC is dedicated to saving land and connecting lives to nature. CLC currently permanently conserves a total of 162 properties and 12,453 acres of land. That land includes farmland, ecologically rich lands to protect wildlife habitat and local drinking water, and land to provide the public with a direct connection to explore the natural world around them.
Communities in Schools
Communities In Schools is a drop-out prevention organization employing 100 team members and serving more than 7,000 students prekindergarten-high school in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. Research and evaluation is a key component of measuring success and informing program-delivery decisions. In this position the Student Enrollment and Evaluation Analyst will collect, maintain and report on the student enrollment of the CIS site-based program. He or she will also provide program evaluation of various components of the organization. Other duties may include research and data management support.
Foundation for the Carolinas
Foundation For The Carolinas is a nonprofit community foundation serving donors and a broad range of charitable purposes in North and South Carolina. With assets of more than $900 million, the Foundation encourages and makes possible philanthropic giving by individuals of all means to benefit their communities. Foundation For The Carolinas inspires philanthropy and strengthens our region through innovative community initiatives and quality services to donors and constituents.
Fundación Haciendas Del Mundo Maya, Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico
The Fundación Haciendas Mudo Maya (FHMM) is located in the Yucatan region of Mexico and generates regional developments. FHMM is sponsoring up to six Fellows to work in three distinct positions: Socio-Economic Development, Public Policy, and Environmental Conservation. Fluency in Spanish is required.
Georgia Justice Project, Atlanta, GA
Georgia Justice Project (GJP) breaks the cycle of poverty by defending the indigent criminally accused and, win or lose, standing with them as they rebuild their lives. With over 25 years of experience, GJP has developed a comprehensive suite of services, coupling holistic legal defense and social services with advocacy support, to address the barriers to economic stability faced by the criminally accused.
Relay Graduate School for Education, New York, NY
Our mission at Relay GSE is to teach K-12 teachers to develop in all students the academic skills and strength of character needed to succeed in college and life. The vision for Relay is to bring short term gains in helping students in urban areas make demonstrable gains in acheivement, and long-term transformational change towards continuously improving and results-focused efforts across teacher preparation.
Teach for America-Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
Teach for America teachers reach nearly 15,000 students in 40 schools across Charlotte. This position is not a teaching position, but is located in the Charlotte headquarters for Teach for America, working to coordinate the many efforts that go into their regional success.
Touch Foundation, New York, NY
The Touch Foundation works to bring vital healthcare services to the people in sub-Saharan Africa with the greatest unmet need. Touch focuses on training skilled healthcare workers such as physicians, nurses, lab technicians and ensuring that they are deployed to treat patients where the greatest needs exist. Touch's approach is to work within the existing system and build upon it, ensuring long-term sustainability of its impact. Since its creation in 2004, Touch Foundation has helped train 150 medical doctors and 1,300 other skilled health workers
YES Prep, Houston, TX
YES Prep Public Schools exists to increase the number of low-income Houstonians who graduate from a four-year college prepared to compete in the global marketplace and committed to improving disadvantaged communities. YES Prep has grown into a charter school system that today serves 7,000 students on eleven area campuses.
Funding will also be available for fellowships in two specific fields. These programs will be competitive and interested students will need to identify and secure their own position in a qualifying organization. These fellowships will have a separate application process and details will be provided later in the fall semester.
The Lilly Foundation will support one fellowship working directly for a faith-based organization.
The Williamson Trust will support one fellowship working directly with LGBTQ issues.