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Philanthropy Northwest is launching a new fellowship program called the Momentum Fellowship. The Momentum Fellowship is designed to prepare professionals from underrepresented communities, particularly communities of color, for successful careers in the philanthropic sector through professional development, networking, and mentoring opportunities.
This year, Philanthropy Northwest is offering three fellowship opportunities in Oregon. Two are at the Meyer Memorial Trust, and one at the Oregon Community Foundation. Fellows will placed in full-time, temporary positions for 20-24 months. The fellowship will offer individuals a robust learning experience, both through activities at host site foundations – where the fellows will be placed – and through a suite of learning activities coordinated by Philanthropy Northwest.
For more information, or to apply, please visit: http://philanthropynw.org/momentum-fellowship
Become part of the Healthy Native Communities Fellowship! This community leadership/grassroots organizing experience connects you to tools that engage communities in collective actions that make a difference in Native communities. You will meet and learn from other aspiring community change leaders working with Native communities across the country. The Fellowship is created in collaboration with the Healthy Native Communities Partnership, Inc., and the Indian Health Service National Health Promotion Program.