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Applications for 2016-2017 are currently closed. Applications for 2017-2018 will open in late spring.

Community Foundation for the National Capital Region

The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region (The Community Foundation) works to ensure equity, access, and opportunity for all residents in the Washington metropolitan area. Their mission is to strengthen the Washington metropolitan region by encouraging and supporting effective giving and by providing leadership on critical issues in our community. The Community Foundation is a community of givers dedicated to inspiring and creating change across the Washington region and beyond. The Community Foundation is looking for a Fellow to work on their Safety Net Initiative and Philanthropic Services team. To view the position description click here.

Community Foundation for the National Capital Region

The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region (The Community Foundation) works to ensure equity, access, and opportunity for all residents in the Washington metropolitan area. Their mission is to strengthen the Washington metropolitan region by encouraging and supporting effective giving and by providing leadership on critical issues in our community. The Community Foundation is a community of givers dedicated to inspiring and creating change across the Washington region and beyond. The Community Foundation is looking for a Fellow to work on their Development and Donor Engagement team. To view the position description click here.

Community Foundation in Montgomery County

The Community Foundation in Montgomery County is a local office of The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region. Their mission is to strengthen the Washington metropolitan region by encouraging and supporting effective giving and by providing leadership on critical issues in their community.  In Montgomery County, their discretionary giving, Sharing Montgomery, is focused on funding nonprofits that provide education, workforce development, and safety-net services to low-income county residents. The Community Foundation is looking for a Fellow to support the organization’s grantmaking activities. To view the position description click here

Crimsonbridge Foundation

Crimsonbridge Foundation is a start up private foundation founded in 2015 and is the program development and grantmaking arm of the Crimsonbridge Group, a social investment and philanthropic platform. The combination of resources and giving vehicles makes Crimsonbridge a hybrid private foundation that is nimble and entrepreneurial in its approach to social investment. Promoting education is at the heart of their work and they seek to effect positive, lasting social change in this area by investing in nonprofit communications capacity, local nonprofit leadership, school opportunities for immigrant youth, and cross-sector partnerships and collaboration. 

Crimsonbridge Foundation is looking for a Fellow to support either their online communication efforts or their evaluation team. To view the position description click here.

Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers

The Forum is a philanthropic network comprised of 33 regional associations of grantmakers with more than 5,500 participating organizations, making it the largest network in American philanthropy. With deep regional roots and a broad nationwide reach, the Forum Network facilitates effective philanthropy that strengthens communities and improves lives throughout the United States. They fill an important role in the philanthropic sector by improving the effectiveness of foundations and expanding their capacity to advance the common good. 

The Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers is looking for a Fellow to support their public policy work. To view the position description click here.

Kaiser Permanente

Community and health improvement are integral tenets of the Kaiser Permanente organization. They provide high-quality, affordable health care services, but also aim to improve the overall health of the communities they serve by investing in their communities, improving access to care and making a difference in the overall quality of life for people in the Mid-Atlantic region. Through their Community Benefit Department, they make financial, material and human resource investments across the Mid-Atlantic region to directly address health care issues and eliminate health inequities in our communities. Kaiser Permanente is looking for a Fellow to support their Community Benefit team in developing their community health needs assessment. To view the position description click here.

Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers

The Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers (WRAG) is a network of approximately 100 of the largest, most influential, and most well-respected funders in the Greater Washington region. WRAG's goal is singular and bold: to promote increased, effective, and responsible philanthropy in the region.  WRAG achieves their mission by providing a wide variety of opportunities each year for grantmakers to learn about community issues, from experts, and from each other; serving as the voice of philanthropy in the region; and incubating innovative ideas, projects, and collaborations on behalf of the philanthropic community. In 2013, WRAG and Johns Hopkins University launched the Institute for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), a continuing education curriculum and certificate program designed for CSR professionals. WRAG is looking for a smart, well-organized, outgoing, self-starter who is interested in learning about the CSR field, networking with key CSR leaders from across the country, and aid in the continuous development and administration of the new CSR curriculum. To view the position description click here.