We (at findhelp.org) are launching our new findhelp.org Fellowship Program and applications are now open for the first cohort! At findhelp.org, our mission is to connect all people and the programs that serve them, with dignity and ease. We believe that real people working within their local communities can make the biggest difference.
This new program aims to empower individuals to help their communities, bringing our social care network to life. Findhelp.org will sponsor and support each fellow in the creation of a project for their community.
During this five-month program, we will provide each of our fellows with up to $1,000 and give them the opportunity to tackle a topic of interest to improve their community, learn from experts in the field, gather meaningful skills and insights, explore regional data, and network with other professionals.
Ideal Candidates: Our ideal findhelp.org fellow is someone who is a social care navigator or in the process of becoming a navigator; has experience with volunteering; may be an intern, student of social work, related field, or recent graduate. A findhelp.org fellow is someone who may be starting their career and would benefit from exposure and experience; who has a passion for community development, impact, and organizing; who feels excited about the opportunity to engage with community networks; and who wants to work with diverse populations and groups.