- Executive level - CMC will work with executive leadership (1 member) to establish their unique expertise and to uplift their voices as thought-leaders in their respective sectors in the Inland Empire, regionally and nationwide.
- Support level - CMC students with faculty support will engage with the programs arm (2 members) of the organization to review and analyze how they measure their program impact and help develop a more robust tracking mechanism.
Fellow representatives are expected to:
- Participate in 3-5 skills-building workshops at CMC (e.g. Theory of Change, Building a Logic Model, Impact Tracking, Design Thinking, Bias Training etc,)- Engage with students to review and audit the organization’s impact tracking- Work with students to create a robust impact tracking mechanism- Meet bi-annually with Fellowship cohort to share best practices, network and explore collaborations
If selected, Executive leader must attend a thought leadership workshop called "Write To Change the World" with The OpEd Project at CMC in either Winter (Sunday, Dec 2) or Spring (date TBD).Kravis Lab will sponsor the following:
- All workshop costs- Student engagement costs- A nominal seed fund to implement the impact tracking strategy
- Organization must be based in and working with constituents in the Inland Empire- Must be operating at least 3 years
APPLICATION OPEN ON OCT. 3, 2018
Learn more about Kravis Lab Community Impact Programs here. http://kravislab.cmc.edu/community-impact/#fellowship
This event is co-sponsored by the Kravis Lab for Social Impact and the Berger Institute at Claremont McKenna College.