Bay Area: Acterra needs your skills to improve the health of the planet
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As a YCore Fellow, you will have the opportunity to support a project for Acterra, which brings people together to create local solutions for a healthy planet. They focus on what communities can do locally to address current environmental problems. This project will analyze the process Acterra staff follows to plan and execute events and then identify opportunities for streamlining and improving the process.
- 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: https://bit.ly/3mwhZPH and learn more at one of our Virtual Info Sessions. RSVP for either one of these: January 18th at 6pm PT https://bit.ly/3yUHsXX or January 19th at 3:30pm PT https://bit.ly/3Ep0NBG .You can find more information here: https://ycore.org/apply or email us at email@example.com
About YCORE NETWORK
PO Box 170093, San Francisco, CA 94117, US
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 www.ycore.org/apply
Multiple locations Redwood City, CA 94061
January 4, 2022
- 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