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Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life

Fellowships

AARP Advocacy, Campaign Management/Strategy Fellow

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AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization with a membership that helps people age 50 and over have independence, choice and control in ways that are beneficial and affordable to them and society as a whole, ways that help people 50 and over improve their lives. Since 1958, AARP has been leading a revolution in the way people view and live life.

Aid to Artisans U Fellow

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Aid to Artisans (ATA) a division of Creative Learning, a Washington DC based non-profit organization, offers practical assistance to artisan groups world-wide, working in partnerships to foster artistic traditions, cultural vitality, improved livelihoods and community well-being.

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge Fellow

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The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge believes that more young people need to participate in the electoral process. By recognizing colleges and universities for their commitment to increasing student voting rates, this national awards program encourages institutions to help students form the habits of active and informed citizenship.

Americans for the Arts Marketing & Communications Fellow

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Americans for the Arts Marketing & Communications department works with every department at Americans for the Arts to curate, distribute, and create the most engaging and relevant content across our many communication channels.

Anti-Defamation League's Summer Legislative Assistant

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The Anti-Defamation League’s Washington Office advances the League’s domestic and international policy goals in the nation’s capital by identifying emerging issues as they take shape and crafting legislative and policy responses. 

Arcadia Center's Dogue Farm Fellow

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Arcadia is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a more equitable and sustainable local food system. We do this through our Farmer Training, Food Access and Farm to School programs. These programs increase access to locally- and sustainably-grown foods, engage students about where food comes from and model sustainable vegetable growing practices.

Arcadia Center's Farm & Nutrition Education Fellow

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Arcadia is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a more equitable and sustainable local food system in the Washington, DC – area. We do this through our Food Access and Farm to school programs. These programs increase access to locally – and organically – grown foods, disseminate resources and tools for healthy cooking and eating, and engage students about where food comes from and sustainable agriculture.

Arcadia Center’s Mobile Market Fellow

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Our mission is to create a more equitable and sustainable local food system that will improve the health of our community, the viability of local farmers, and preserve our environment for future generations. We work to achieve this through farmer training, farm to school programs, and food access program through the Mobile Market.

Blue Engine Message and Media Fellow

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Blue Engine Message and Media provides innovative strategic communications solutions to the complex challenges facing corporations, non-profits and advocacy groups.

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