The Stoneleigh Foundation’s Emerging Leader Fellowship provides a hands-on experience for young professionals interested in policy analysis, research, or advocacy. Currently, the foundation is seeking applications from local nonprofits, academic institutions and government entities interested in hosting a Stoneleigh Emerging Leader Fellow.
Fellows will work collaboratively with a host organization to execute a project that both advances the mission of the organization and provides the Fellow with the opportunity to gain skills and experiences.
The Stoneleigh Foundation supports projects that focus on juvenile justice, child welfare, violence prevention and related fields — including education, health and behavioral health — particularly as they relate to dependent and delinquent populations.
Interested hosts can attend an information session on September 16. A staff member (Executive director, development director, or other staff member) who will play a role in supervising a prospective Fellow should attend.
More info about the program is here.
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