YCore Fellows Application - Summer 2018: SF & South Bay
YCore is a social impact fellowship for young professionals. Impact your community, gain hands-on nonprofit experience, expand your network and build your impact toolbox--all outside of work.

We are launching two cohorts (SF & South Bay) running from June 6, 2018 - September 30, 2018.
We are also recruiting 5 Project Leads each for our September - January cohorts in SF and the South Bay.

How it works
-Nonprofit experience: build capacity for a local nonprofit in teams of five
-Workshops: build your social impact toolbox
-Community: join a community of like-minded changemakers and friends

Roles
-Team member on any upcoming project (June - Sept)
-Find & lead your own project (July - August nonprofit scoping + September - January project work)
-We are recruiting both roles for San Francisco and the South Bay

Commitment: Everyone in the program must be based in the Bay Area. We do not have any remote opportunities.
-5-ish hours per week (5-8 hours per week for Project Leads)
-Bi-weekly workshops in Wednesdays in SF; Thursdays in South Bay (Mountain View or Menlo Park)
-Weekly or bi-weekly meetings with your project team
-Raise or donate $1500 to cover the cost of the YCore program ($2000 for Project Leads). We train all Fellows in fundraising so that we can be funded directly by the demographic we mobilize.

Qualifications
-Passionate about social impact and the nonprofit space
-Post-college (or equivalent experience) young professional
-Good organizational skills and prioritization
-Work experience in a nonprofit or social business a plus, but not required

Partnerships
South Bay info sheet: goo.gl/MTTQeg
SF info sheet: goo.gl/Et6DTP

San Francisco Program
-Aim High: improve survey and evaluation processes for an educational summer camp
-Community Grows: activate volunteers as donors to a community garden
-MeWater: Design new systems for volunteer engagement and retention
-RAMS: Research market opportunities for a cafe that creates jobs
-Restore Oakland: collect and synthesize stakeholder points of view in preparation for a new, community-responsive partnership

South Bay Program
-Able Works: update curriculum to prepare to expand a financial literacy program for high school students to the Central Valley
-Housing Leadership Council of San Mateo County: collect stories from those impacted by the housing crisis in San Mateo County
-Job Train: personas and outreach strategy to increase Millennial engagement with a long-standing workforce development organization

Missed Demo Day? Check out slides here: https://tinyurl.com/ydh6tekw

For team members, this application involves two pages, including required two short answer questions. For Project Leads, this application is three pages with seven short answer questions. Please plan accordingly. We highly suggest working on the short answer questions in a separate application before copy and pasting into the application. This form requires you to answer all required questions before moving on to the next page, so we suggest you use filler text on the required questions to view the full application. You will be able to go back and edit your answers before you press "submit" on page 4.

Applications to South Bay have been extended until Tuesday, May 29th at 11:59pm PT

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