Dream Summer 2018 Fellowship Application (03/10/2018)

Dream Summer 2017 is open to both highly involved social justice leaders and those who wish to begin or strengthen their involvement in social justice. Dream Summer participants are placed in social justice organizations for 10 weeks for additional training. Dream Summer fellows work closely with their host organization to incorporate and strengthen the inclusion of undocumented immigrant issues onto the organization’s social justice work. Dream Summer participants receive a $5,000 fellowship for their participation in the program.

Admission Requirements

  •  At least 18 years of age by June 19, 2017.
  • An interest and commitment to social justice.
  • Full-time availability from Monday, June 19th, to Sunday, August 20, 2017.
  • Available to travel on Sunday, June 18 to attend the orientation retreat hosted in Los
    Angeles from Monday, June 19, to Friday, June 23, 2017.
  • Available to travel on Thursday, August 17 to attend the closing retreat hosted in Los Angeles from Friday, August 18, to Sunday, August 20, 2017.
  • Submit online application form by 11:59 PM PST, Friday, March 10, 2017. The notification deadline is rolling: April ~ May 2017.

After completing online application questions, you will be prompted to upload your resumeletter of recommendation and prompt responses. The prompts can be found here

For updates please check their website: labor.ucla.edu/what-we-do/dream-resource-center


Education Fair @ Brooklyn College (3/27/18)

Interested in a career in education? Stop by the education fair at Brooklyn College to learn about employment opportunities at the NYC Department of Education (NYDOE). Meet with recruiters, managers, and principals and discover how to apply for paid teaching fellowships!

See the flyer below:


John Jay’s Disaster Relief Team $1,000 (2/16/18)

John Jay’s Disaster Relief team is a semester-long opportunity to:

  1. Develop, plan and institute long term relief
  2. meet and work with community leaders and,
  3. gain work and life skills

As part of the opportunity, you will earn a $1,000 stipend! To apply, please email communityoutreach@jjay.cuny.edu or visit Community outreach in L.72NB.

See the flyer below!


2017 Young Latinas Leadership Institute (YLLI) Scholarship Program (12/11/17)


 The Young Latinas Leadership Institute (YLLI) was created to help prepare young Latinas to excel academically and professionally, create positive social change, and meet some of the major challenges occurring in our society. The YLLI provides selected applicants with an annual tuition scholarship award of $1,000 for each undergraduate year. 


  • Latina student currently enrolled in an accredited 4-year college or university as a full-time, degree-seeking, first year student
  • U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident
  • Cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher throughout the 4 year undergraduate program
  • Official transcripts submitted 2 times each year (Fall and Spring semester)
  • Participate in the annual YLLI Award Ceremony; 2 annual workshops sponsored by 100HW National, INC. and/or 10 hours of service to the organization 

What You Will Need to Submit:

  • Application Parts I & II, Signed Disclosure Agreement, Submission Checklist
  • Current completed FAFSA
  • Current resume
  • Official high school transcript 
  • Current official college or university enrollment letter
  • 2 letters of recommendation that evaluate demonstrated community service, volunteer and leadership activities


To learn more or to access the application, click HERE.  

Deadline: December 11, 2017

The Caucus CUNY Scholars Program

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The Caucus CUNY Scholars Program is an internship program for students who want to learn about how the Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic & Asian Legislative Caucus operates.

Selected students will be will be assigned to the district offices of New York State legislators who are members of the Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic & Asian Legislative Caucus. They will work on constituent case management, legislative research and assistance, on top other responsibilities. Additionally, students will be enrolled in campus-based seminars with CUNY faculty, in addition to regular meetings with members of the Caucus and their staff.

Selected students will also attend the Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic & Legislative Caucus weekend in Albany, as well as other events sponsored by CUNY and the Caucus.


  • Students must be able to intern 10-15 hours per week
  • Students must have completed 30 credits
  • Students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • All majors may apply

To learn more or to apply, click HERE.

The Coro Fellowship New York (1/17/2018)

Coro New York Leadership Center

The Coro Fellows Program in New York has four major components: field placements, seminars, leadership breakfasts, and focus weeks.

Placements allow Coro Fellows to gain exposure to varied sectors and institutions in New York City and offer participants the opportunity to build professional networks.

Weekly Seminars introduce Coro Fellows to tools and frameworks that increase their ability to contribute to an effective and collaborative group and lead change. Additionally, Coro Fellows explore New York City through experiential activities that help them better understand New York neighborhoods, organizations and key policy issues facing the city.

Leadership Interviews offer Coro Fellows access to an influential cross-section of city leaders, helping them gain insight and diverse perspectives on the challenges of leadership.

Focus Weeks immerse Coro Fellows in the exploration of a single topic for a full week. Topics include New York state government, media, public finance and communications.


What You Will Need to Submit:

  • Resume
  • Official or unofficial transcript
  • 4 personal essays
  • 2 letters of recommendation


To learn more or to apply, click HERE.

Deadline: 1/17/2018

Center for Court Innovation Intern (10/31/2017)

Center for Court Innovation

The Center for Court Innovation is a non-profit organization that works to reduce crime and incarceration while strengthening public trust in justice. The Center also conducts original research on topics of justice reform and provides consulting services to criminal justice innovators.

Responsibilities include:

  • Providing administrative assistance to the Strategic Partnerships Specialist  (Assisting with scheduling meetings with elected officials and other stakeholders, making phone calls, copying and preparing materials for meetings and maintaining contact databases, etc.)
  • Assisting the Strategic Partnerships Specialist with special projects and research
  • Monitoring and tracking city and state legislation trends related to the Center’s work
  • Assistance in the creation of policy profiles for city and state elected officials
  • Assistance in planning and coordination of advocacy activities that promote Center programming to further our work
  • Participating in team check-ins, off-site project visits and attending  public hearings as necessary


  • Current undergraduate student
  • Demonstrates interest in public policy, government, criminal and social justice
  • Excellent organizational, analytical, presentation and writing skills
  • Experience with event planning and/or customer service experience a plus
  • Open to learning, team oriented, and able/willing to speak in front of groups
  • Availability to work evenings and weekend as needed

Position Type:  Part-time (20 hrs/wk), Temporary (October through June)

Salary: $11/hour

How to Apply:

Send a resume, cover letter, and a writing sample (2 pages maximum) to:

Subject line: Strategic Partnerships Intern

Attn.:  Sharese Crouther

Center for Court Innovation

520 Eighth Avenue

New York, NY 10018

Fax (212) 397-0985

E-mail: crouthers@courtinnovation.org

Deadline: October 31, 2017

To learn more or to apply, click HERE.