Public Allies Central Apprentice

internship - full time,

Embrace Families
Orlando, FL
Closed
Posted 89 Days ago
Embrace Families
Orlando, FL
internship - full time,
Posted 89 Days ago
Closed

Description

What job title, keywords Where city, state, country Home View All Jobs ( 2,427,034 ) Job Information Embrace Families Public Allies Central Florida Apprenticeship 2019/2020 in Orlando , Florida Who We Are Public Allies? mission is to create a just and equitable society and the diverse leadership to sustain it. Through our signature AmeriCorps program, Public Allies identifies talented young adults from diverse backgrounds and prepares them for careers working for community and social change. In our 10-month apprenticeship program you will work full time for a nonprofit organization addressing critical community issues. You will also develop your own interpersonal skills through regular leadership trainings delivered by local leaders. You?ll gain valuable leadership skills, receive personalized coaching to pursue your career goals, build relationships with a diverse network of local leaders, and participate in a national movement of leaders working for change. We anticipate having 22-25 positions available. Apprenticeships start at the beginning of September and lasts through the end of June. Interviews begin in May. Visit our webpage at http://publicallies.org/ to learn more about us. Program Benefits Work full time at a non profit or public entity for 10 months expanding their capacity Earn a monthly stipend of $1,500 Receive healthcare, childcare, and student loan deferment during your term of service Earn a $5,920 education award to pay back student loans or pay for future education Develop your leadership skills Expand your network of diverse, passionate young people and community leaders Learn about career opportunities in the nonprofit sector Become a Certified Volunteer Manager through Rollins College?s Edyth Bush Institute How to Apply: go to http://apply.publicallies.org/ and apply for Public Allies Central Florida/2019-20 For questions please contact Matt Darby, Senior Program Manager at Matt.Darby@cbc-ci.org Apply by May 30th! JD and Qualifications: Allies serve in full-time 10-month apprenticeship positions at local nonprofits, where they create, improve and expand services that address issues including youth development, education, public health, economic development, and the environment. Apprenticeships normally start at the beginning of September and lasts through the end of June. In addition, Allies participate in a leadership development program in which local community leaders and experts lead workshops to build the leadership skills of Allies. Allies also participate in community building activities, contribute to team service projects, and receive individual coaching to support their professional development during their apprenticeship. Current Search Criteria Embrace Families Public Allies Central Florida Ap... Orlando Florida Clear All if ($('#direct_applyDiv').length) { $('.direct_highlightedText').contents().filter(function() { return this.nodeType == 3; }).each(function() { this.textContent = this.textContent.replace(' in', ''); }); $('.search-container').hide(); $('#direct_wideHeader').css('height','auto'); }; /* hide facet (hide) */ if($('#direct_disambiguationDiv h3 .direct_highlightedText:contains("(hide)")')) { $('#direct_disambiguationDiv h3 .direct_highlightedText:contains("(hide)")').parent().hide(); $('#direct_facetDisambig').hide(); }

Skills

volunteer management, leadership development, coaching, interviewing, organization, css, healthcare, public health, economic development, non-profit organizations, social change, community building, youth development, public relations, media relations

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