Complete Fellowship List 2019 for Student
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OrganizationNameFellows
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Email Address Description
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National Park - GW Parkway
Trudy Roth6Ftrudy_roth@nps.gov
Removing fallen debris and other
materials that may cover the trail
Cutting back overgrown vegetation using hand tools
Identifying and removing non-native invasive plants
Replacing deck boards on
wooden foot bridges with the use of electric hand drills
Laying down mulch, shoveling and digging
Trash removal
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United Planning Org
Bernadette Ferrelll
2Ibferrell@upo.org
Special Projects - Child Care Center (details to follow)
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Kid PowerCurtis Leitch6I
curtis@kidpowerdc.org
Fellows are placed with an elementary school classroom
(2nd - 5th grade) and are primarily responsible for
homework help, small group tutoring,
and assisting students with enrichment activities.
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Neighborhood RXSahr Backai2Iesbjr7@gmail.com
Either retail or helping assist with walk in customers.
Stocking inventory, cleanup bathroom facilities.
Pharmacy work supervised
under the direction of Phamacist.
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Martha's TableFelicia Jones1F
fjones@marthastable.org
Volunteering, Scheduling, Drafting Documents
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Christ HouseLydia Oslen2I
volunteers@
christhouse.org
Fellows will be present to our residents, who are men who are
homeless with medical needs,
by helping to plan and
implement activities and events.
Fellows will support the
administrative team with projects
and will help to process and sort donations.
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4H and Youth Development
David Gaston5Idgaston@udc.edu
Answering Phones, Community Outreach, College Tours
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Thrive DCJack Read1Fjack@thrivedc.org
organize donations and answer phones
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Burrville Elemenatry PSWilliam Taylor10Iwilliam.taylor@dc.gov
Performs remedial instruction or tasks to reinforce
learning initiated by a professional educator;
May work with an individual student requiring
individual or close attention;
Observes and assists students experiencing difficulties;
Assists the teacher with the
development of individualized programs;
Monitors groups of students
engaged while the teacher is
otherwise occupied;
Infuses culturally relevant materials
and pedagogical strategies;
Performs other related duties as assigned.
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My Sister's PlaceToshica Harvey1F
tharvey
@mysistersplace.org
The fellow primary responsibility will be
administrative. Making copies, helping to put together
presentations for outreaching events. Answering the
phones,
assisting with special events and projects.
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LIfe Pieces to MasterpiecesAndrew Blickle2Iablickle@lifepieces.org
Fellows will serve as Junior mentors,
assisting in our classrooms and helping
boys ages 3-9 with homework, preparing snack,
playing board games, resolving conflicts,
and classroom cleanup. Outside of
program hours, fellows will assist
program staff in administrative tasks as
assigned.
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Washington Parks and People
Hannah Moore2I
hannah.moore@
washingtonparks.net
doing construction on our historic
centers including the first place
Marvin Gaye ever performed,
working at one of our two urban
farms with different crops,
irrigation systems, and tools,
and even out in the parks
removing invasive species
or planting trees.
WPP is looking for
someone who is willing to
learn, open to a flexible
schedule, and is able to
work at multiple sites
across the district.
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College Success Foundation -
District of Columbia
Kevin Mungin4F
kmungin@
collegesuccessfoundation.org
Fellows are expected to arrive on time daily,
adhere to directions and instructions
and carry out and complete the tasks
that are assigned to them for the day.
Duties include administrative
tasks such as filing, answering
phones, typing memos,
working with the IT and
Development Departments,
assisting School and College
Program Managers, setting
student appointments and
working with the Executive
Director and the Executive Director's Assistant
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Wendt Center For Loss
and Healing
K. Green1I
kgreen@
wendtcenter.org
Fellow will assist Volunteer Coordinator
with preparing for grief camp:
organizing supplies, putting training
packets together, making vigil boxes etc.
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East River Family
Strengthening
Collaborative, Inc
Irwin Royster5I
irwin.royster@gmail.com
Sorting of donations,
files in the office
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