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Hey. You’re a young-ish changemaker type, right? Trying to do some good for vulnerable youth in Philadelphia, maybe at a policy level, working toward systems reform and whatnot?
If that’s the case, we’ve got some good news for you: Stoneleigh Foundation is recruiting its next round of Emerging Leader Fellows — folks like Dominique Mikell, a policy researcher and current Stoneleigh Foundation fellow with Juvenile Law Center.
This time around, Stoneleigh is looking to place talent in fellowships with these five organizations:
- Community Legal Services, “Leveraging Civil Legal Services to Fight Youth Homelessness”
- Education Law Center, “Reducing Education Barriers for LGBT and Gender Non-Conforming Youth”
- The Field Center, “Improving Outcomes for Youth Aging Out of Foster Care Through Higher Education”
- People’s Emergency Center, “Coalition Building to Address Youth Homelessness”
- Philadelphia Youth Network, “Improving Post-Secondary Outcomes for Opportunity Youth”
Each organization has an independent deadline, and applicants should apply individually on each organization’s website. Those links are aggregated below.-30-
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