Help speed up the transition from fossil fuels to a clean energy economy

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As a YCore Fellow, you will have the opportunity to support a project for Bay Area 350, which is building a grassroots climate movement in the Bay Area & beyond to eliminate carbon pollution and achieve a clean energy future with racial, economic, and environmental justice. This project will develop a presentation on city-level best practices to speed up the transition from fossil fuels to a clean energy economy.

Time commitment:

  • 4 months (February 9-June 30, 2022).
  • Bi-weekly workshops after work hours

Applications to be a YCore Fellow are due on January 23, 2022. You can apply here: and learn more at one of our Virtual Info Sessions. RSVP for either one of these: January 18th at 6pm PT or January 19th at 3:30pm PT .

You can find more information here: or email us at

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PO Box 170093, San Francisco, CA 94117, US

Mission Statement

YCore mobilizes an untapped generation of young professionals aged 23-35 and equips them with the tools to impact their communities for the rest of their lives.


We know young professionals (aged 23-35) want to make an impact-now. In our four-month, after-work program, young professionals gain the tools to become champions for their local community. They complete a project with a local nonprofit; build skills like design thinking and fundraising; learn from industry leaders and join a robust community of changemakers.

You can apply for the YCore Program through our website

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We'll work with your schedule.


Multiple locations San Francisco, CA 94115






  • 5-ish hours per week from February 9-June 30th, 2022 Bi-weekly workshops (virtual or in person, depending on location) Weekly or bi-weekly meetings with your project team 1-2 site visits with the nonprofit partner
  • Post-college (or equivalent work experience ) young professional Good organizational & prioritization skills Passionate about social impact and nonprofits

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