PHENND Fellows Host Site Application – Nov. 16

Posted by PHENND on September 10, 2018

Nonprofit organizations in the Greater Philadelphia region are invited to apply to host a PHENND Fellow for the 2019-2020 program year.  This application is for both new and returning host sites.

PHENND Fellows serve in full-time capacity-building positions in dynamic Philadelphia-area non-profits. By hosting a PHENND Fellow, partner agencies are able to launch new programs and initiatives that enable them to do more to carry out their missions as they relate to fighting poverty. In addition to strengthening the host agencies and the communities they serve, the program helps to cultivate the next generation of civic leaders.

PHENND Fellows are selected from a competitive pool of applicants. Candidates who are selected for the fellowship have outstanding academic records, excellent communication skills, significant service and leadership experience, and the ability to make an immediate impact at their host agencies.

The program partners with AmeriCorps VISTA to support these projects.

Informational Webinars

We will offer two informational webinars to review the PHENND Fellow program and application process and answer questions of potential applicants. See dates and RSVP information below.

Please review important information such a timeline, and the cost and benefits to hosting a PHENND Fellow before submitting your application.  New this year, we strongly encourage all potential applicants to schedule a short phone consultation with PHENND.  Please do this before spending significant time on your application.

Apply here by Friday, November 16:

If you would like to see the application in its entirety, you can download a PDF version here.  Note, you must submit your application online.

More questions? Contact Hillary Kane or Eden Kainer at 215-573-2379.

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