2015 Summer Fellowship Program
The Community Foundation is now accepting applications for our Summer Fellowship program. Each year, the Foundation provides a unique summer fellowship experience for an undergraduate student who is interested in philanthropy and the critical issues facing the metro Atlanta region. The Summer Fellow will work closely with the Foundation’s President and staff, and will be engaged in many aspects of The Foundation’s work—from grantmaking to public policy to donor engagement. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about the inner workings of a community foundation over the course of a summer.    

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Applicants should be highly motivated, articulate, eager to learn and willing to work hard.  The fellow will be included as a full member of the Foundation staff, participating in the wide range of foundation activities from administrative matters to in-depth meetings with grantees, community partners and donors. 

Interested students should send a resume and a cover letter (one page maximum) explaining their interests and qualifications. The application deadline is Wednesday, February 18, 2015 by 12 pm, and should be addressed to: 

2014 Summer Fellowship Program 
The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Inc. 
50 Hurt Plaza, Suite 449 
Atlanta, GA  30303 
Email to: Latasha Sutherland
Subject Line: 2015 Summer Fellowship Program 

Please also visit the Opportunity Knocks website to review other job openings in the nonprofit sector.

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