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  • Jesuit Volunteer Corps | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    INNOVATION GRANTS ASSOCIATED ORGANIZATIONS AND PROGRAMS WebAuth Login SUNetID Users Jesuit Volunteer Corps Organization Jesuit Volunteer Corps URL http www jesuitvolunteers org potential jvs how to apply Deadline Month March Rolling Duration 1 year program Open to Graduate students Graduating students Recent graduates Alumni Location California San Francisco Bay Area Los Angeles US East Coast New York City Boston Washington DC US Midwest US South International Africa Asia Pacific Islands Australia New Zealand Europe Latin America Caribbean Issue Focus Area Topic Community Economic Development Health Medicine International Affairs Development Social Services Poverty Youth Education Sector Field Nonprofit Pathway Direct Service Description The Jesuit Volunteer Corps in collaboration with the Society of Jesus enhances the capacity of local organizations to serve their communities by providing Jesuit Volunteers to directly serve the poor and marginalized in the U S and developing countries For a year or more Jesuit Volunteers live simply in community immersed in Ignatian Spirituality The experience opens the JV to be conscious of the poor attuned to the causes of social injustice and dedicated to service informed by faith The Jesuit Volunteer Corps helps Former Jesuit Volunteers nurture this orientation throughout their lives Student Affairs The Haas Center for

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/jesuit (2015-11-16)
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  • Jewish Organizing Initiative Fellowship | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    HONOR SOCIETY PUBLIC SERVICE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM PUBLIC SERVICE SCHOLARS PROGRAM INNOVATION GRANTS ASSOCIATED ORGANIZATIONS AND PROGRAMS WebAuth Login SUNetID Users Jewish Organizing Initiative Fellowship Organization JOIN for Justice URL http www joinforjustice org programs projects jewish organizing fellowship app Deadline Month May Duration 1 year program Open to Graduate students Graduating students Recent graduates Alumni Location California US East Coast US Midwest US South Issue Focus Area Topic Community Economic Development Health Medicine Human Rights Civil Rights Social Justice Law Social Services Poverty Youth Education Sector Field Nonprofit Pathway Direct Service Description The Jewish Organizing Fellowship is a professional development opportunity for Jewish young adults 21 30 to become a full time community organizer for a social justice organization explore their Jewish identity together and grow as leaders in pursuit of social justice This highly competitive year long paid fellowship is open to Jewish young adults who have campus or professional experience working for social justice and are interested in systemic change and community building The fellowship is also open to young people who hold organizing jobs and are seeking training mentoring and support Student Affairs The Haas Center for Public Service is proud to be part of Student Affairs

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/join (2015-11-16)
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  • Jewish Service Corps | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    students Graduating students Recent graduates Alumni Location US East Coast New York City Washington DC Chicago US South Issue Focus Area Topic Community Economic Development Health Medicine Human Rights Civil Rights Social Justice Law Social Services Poverty Youth Education Sector Field Nonprofit Pathway Direct Service Description AVODAH The Jewish Service Corps strengthens the Jewish community s fight against the causes and effects of poverty in the United States We do this by engaging participants in service and community building that inspire them to become lifelong leaders for social change whose work for justice is rooted in and nourished by Jewish values Participants in our service Corps program live out and deepen their commitments to social change and Jewish life through a year of full time work at anti poverty organizations in Chicago New Orleans New York and Washington DC This work partners Corps members with service providers and residents in low income communities and equips our Corps members and alumni to emerge as lifelong agents for social change whose work for justice is rooted in and nourished by Jewish values After participants complete this intensive year long program Pursue Action for a Just World provides a broad platform for long term leadership in social change and Jewish life Each year AVODAH recruits people in their 20s from across North America and from the full spectrum of Jewish life to spend a year working on urban poverty issues as full time employees in local non profit organizations in Chicago New Orleans New York and Washington DC During their year of service participants live and study together forming an intense and diverse community of people making a connection between social activism and Jewish life Corps members help bring housing education and other basic services to thousands of people each year and save

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/jewish-corps (2015-11-16)
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  • Josephine De Karman Fellowship | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Month January Duration 1 year program Open to Graduate students Graduating students Recent graduates Alumni Location California San Francisco Bay Area Los Angeles US East Coast New York City Boston Washington DC US Midwest Chicago US Pacific Northwest US South Issue Focus Area Topic Not Specified Sector Field Not specified Pathway Engaged Scholarship Description A minimum of eight 8 fellowships 22 000 for graduate students and 14 000 for undergraduate students will be awarded for the regular academic year fall and spring semesters or the equivalent where the quarterly system prevails paid through the fellowship office of the university in which the recipient is enrolled for study in the United States Study must be carried out only in the United States and all funds must be expended only within this country The fellowship is for one academic year and may not be renewed or postponed DeKarman fellowships are open to students in any discipline including international students who are currently enrolled in a university or college located within the United States Only candidates for the PhD who will defend their dissertation by June 2014 and undergraduates entering their senior year will receive bachelors degree in June 2014 are eligible for

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/DeKarman-fellows (2015-11-16)
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  • JusticeCorps | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    SERVICE SCHOLARS PROGRAM INNOVATION GRANTS ASSOCIATED ORGANIZATIONS AND PROGRAMS WebAuth Login SUNetID Users JusticeCorps Organization JusticeCorps URL http www courts ca gov programs justicecorps htm Deadline Month February April Duration 1 year program Open to Graduate students Graduating students Recent graduates Alumni Undergraduates Location California San Francisco Bay Area Los Angeles Issue Focus Area Topic Community Economic Development Human Rights Civil Rights Social Justice Law Social Services Poverty Sector Field Government Nonprofit Pathway Direct Service Description The JusticeCorps program aims to assist California courts in meeting the needs of self represented litigants by recruiting and training college students to work in legal self help centers Some of the services that JusticeCorps members provide at the centers include Assisting with legal workshops Helping complete legal forms Providing information and referrals Conducting front desk triaging JusticeCorps members work under the supervision of court attorneys Since the program began in 2004 1 000 members have successfully completed the program and have had the following impact Provided 258 000 instances of assistance in up to 24 different languages Filed 160 250 legal documents Provided over 159 450 referrals Completed more than 331 000 hours of service Student Affairs The Haas Center for Public Service

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/justicecorps (2015-11-16)
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  • Kaiser Media Internships in Health Reporting | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Internships in Health Reporting Organization The Henry J Kaiser Family Foundation URL http kff org the kaiser media internships in health reporting Deadline Month Unknown Duration Summer Open to Graduate students Graduating students Recent graduates Alumni Undergraduates Location California Los Angeles US East Coast Boston Washington DC US Midwest US Pacific Northwest US South Issue Focus Area Topic Arts Culture Media Health Medicine Sector Field Not specified Pathway Not specified Description The Kaiser Media Internships Program established in 1994 is an intensive 12 week summer internship for early career journalists interested in specializing in health reporting with a particular commitment to coverage of health issues affecting diverse and immigrant communities The program is run out of the Henry J Kaiser Family Foundation s headquarters in Menlo Park CA The program s executive director is Penny Duckham In 2013 the interns will be based for ten weeks at their news organization typically under the direction of the Health or Metro Editor News Director where they will report on health and medical issues The aim is to provide early career journalists or journalism college graduates with an in depth introduction to and practical experience on the specialist health beat with a particular

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/kaiser (2015-11-16)
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  • Kennedy Center Arts Management Internships | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    graduates Alumni Undergraduates Location US East Coast Washington DC Issue Focus Area Topic Arts Culture Media Health Medicine Sector Field Nonprofit Pathway Not specified Description Internships offer meaningful learning opportunities and on the job experiences to college juniors seniors graduate students and recent college graduates within two years of graduation who are interested in beginning careers in performing arts management and or arts education Approximately 20 students are selected each semester to participate in a three to four month long full time 40 hours per week internship Fall September December Winter Spring January May Summer June August Internships may be available in advertising development education local and national programs National Symphony Orchestra press relations production programming technology volunteer management and finance Each intern with their supervisor develops a list of learning objectives and goals that they would like to accomplish as well as being assigned a project to be completed during their time at the Kennedy Center Each intern submits a weekly journal maintains a working portfolio attends required intern events and participates in mid semester and final evaluations Interns receive a stipend of 800 per month to help defray housing and transportation costs College credit may be available Interns

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/kennedy-center-interns (2015-11-16)
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  • Kip Tiernan Education and Social Justice Fellowship at Rosie's Place | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    SERVICE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM PUBLIC SERVICE SCHOLARS PROGRAM INNOVATION GRANTS ASSOCIATED ORGANIZATIONS AND PROGRAMS WebAuth Login SUNetID Users Kip Tiernan Education and Social Justice Fellowship at Rosie s Place Organization Rosie s Place URL http www rosiesplace org page aspx pid 271 Deadline Month December Duration 1 year program Open to Graduate students Graduating students Recent graduates Alumni Location US East Coast Issue Focus Area Topic Community Economic Development Gender Identify Human Rights Civil Rights Self Designed Social Justice Law Social Services Poverty Sector Field Nonprofit Pathway Direct Service Description The Fellowship provides a unique and exciting opportunity for a woman to develop and carry out a special project that will further the mission of Rosie s Place anywhere in New England Eligible projects could include a policy initiative or campaign a creative arts program the development and implementation of a needed service or the creation of an innovative project aimed at reducing poverty promoting social justice and empowering poor and homeless women The Fellowship is 12 months long and is awarded on a one time basis to an eligible woman Fellows are paid a 40 000 stipend Student Affairs The Haas Center for Public Service is proud to be part

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/ktesj-fellows (2015-11-16)
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