Fellowship Program – Center on Community Philanthropy
Mission: The mission of the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service Center on Community Philanthropy is to explore the concept of philanthropy as the kind of giving and sharing from within that is characteristic of positive change and long-lasting development. The Center provides a forum for broad debate and exploration of the new and best ways that philanthropy can challenge and transform the conditions of poverty, injustice, and lack of opportunity.
Job Description: The Center is seeking a full-time Fellow to provide coordination for the Center through the execution of responsibilities critical to the success of the Center’s mission. In addition the Fellow will provide support and coordination for the Center through the execution of duties including researching issues related to community philanthropy, equity, social justice and racial healing, assisting senior staff with program planning, and project report development - as well as travel with senior staff to communities on an as needed basis. This position is a grant funded fellowship. The Fellow will report to the Director of the Center on Community Philanthropy and will act in coordination with senior staff.
Salary and Hours: Competitive salary plus medical benefits, full time. This position is grant funded.
Qualifications, Skills, Competencies:
• Must have a bachelor’s degree. A master’s degree is preferred but not required
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Excellent time and process management skills, with follow-up and attention to detail
• Strong computer and information management skills, including access to, and retrieval of, internet based information and academic research
• Demonstrates interest, energy, and enthusiasm for community philanthropy, community engagement, grassroots organizing, and public service.
Interested candidates should send resumes to Kent Broughton at firstname.lastname@example.org
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