The Philanthropy Fellows Program is a partnership between the School of Public Policy's Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership and the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers (WRAG), which encompasses over 100 of the top nonprofit organizations and foundations in the DC area. Fellow positions offer substantive projects, professional development programming, and exclusive networking opportunities that provide a leg up in the job market—some of our Fellows have ultimately been offered full-time positions at the organizations they interned with! Most are graduate level positions but one is recruiting for an undergraduate. This means you will get great work experience while also networking with graduate students in other Fellows positions. Details below!
You can apply by sending a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org by July 20. Please note the name of the organization you are applying to in the subject of your email. You can also contact the fellows email if you have any questions.
The Community Foundation for Montgomery County is a regional affiliate of The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region. Our mission is to strengthen the Washington metropolitan region by encouraging and supporting effective giving and by providing leadership on critical issues in our community, and at the affiliate specifically in Montgomery County. The Community Foundation is a public charity made up of charitable giving funds established by individuals, families, corporations and other organizations.
The Grants Administration Fellow works closely with The Community Foundation for Montgomery County staff to support the organization's grantmaking activities in the following issues areas: safety-net services, education, and workforce development. The Fellow will also support the staff with donor services tasks, including small development projects and/or client relationship management related assignments.