Fellowship Program

We believe that people working within their own communities have the greatest impact. That's why we're proud to bring together people from across the nation that are committed to making a difference in the neighborhoods through our fellowship program!

Applications are now open for our fall 2022 fellowship cohort. Apply today and help bring our social care network to life. Together, we can effect change!

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Why Should I Apply for the Fellowship?

Successful applicants will receive support to implement a community service project of their design, along with training in leadership and professional development. During the course of the fellowship, our fellows meet weekly to network and support each other's projects. Fellows receive:

  • $1,000 to make your service project a reality
  • Connection with members of a close-knit fellowship cohort, composed of fellows across the nation
  • Leadership training and support from us in promoting your project to your community
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Fellow Richard Molina delivers personal hygiene kits to over 100 unhoused individuals in the Denver metro area.

Meet Our Spring 2022 Fellowship Cohort Graduates

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Daylan Paige
Student Intern, Xavier University
Project: Single Parent Appreciation & Cultivating Healthy Childhood Development

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Karla Cabrera Carrera
Community Coordinator, Bronx Community Board 7
Project: Early Childhood Literacy Event

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Emily Cook
Community Relations Coord., Greene Co. Foundation 
Project: Community Resource Fair

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Erykah Tharpe
Social Worker, The Journ. E.  
Project: Encouraging Dreams & Providing Resources for Local Teens

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Ja’net Young
Founder, Alliance for Young Women and Girls
Project: Fundraiser for the Alliance for Young Women and Girls

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Julie Hoggatt
Community Based Therapist, LifeSolutions Counseling Assoc.
Project: Foster Care Resource Fair

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Olanike Oladunni Olaniyi
Librarian and Volunteer, Indianapolis Public Library and Immigrant Welcome Center
Project: Nutrition Education for Immigrant Communities

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Paige Osika
Project and Community Engagement Coordinator, accessABILITY
Project: Education on Eradicating Bias Toward the Disability Community

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Richard Molina
Project Coordinator, Asian Pacific Development Center
Project: Clothing for Unhoused People in the Local Community

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Lila Elman
Volunteer, Brooklyn PS 124 PTA
Project: School Garden Revival

How to Apply

Submit your application to findhelp no later than July 15th, 2022. The application includes questions about contact information, what need you would like to address in your local community, and why you feel that you would be an ideal fellowship candidate.

 

The fellowship selection committee will review applications and select ten fellows for the Fall 2022 cohort. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and we will notify selected applicants by late August 2022. If you have questions about the fellowship, please see our FAQ.

About findhelp

Findhelp is the nation’s leading social care network, making it easy for customers in a wide range of industries to integrate social care into the work they already do—from education and government to housing, healthcare, and more. Through customer platforms and our public site, findhelp.org, the findhelp network reaches more than 12 million users across the country, making it easy to connect people seeking help and the verified social care providers that serve them, with dignity and ease.

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