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Project 55 Fellowship Placements Wanted

Hire Recent Princeton Grads to Work at Boston Non-Profit Orgs


 
Are you connected to a nonprofit organization that could benefit from Tiger talent?
 
Princeton AlumniCorps, a 30 year old nonprofit organization, runs the Project 55 Fellowship program in six locations across the country, including Boston. Project 55 places Princeton young alumni in one-year, paid fellowships at high impact nonprofit organizations. In addition to the fellowship placement, fellows are matched with an alumni mentor from our network, provided with professional development and community building opportunities, and supported by our staff in Princeton. Read about the inspiring cohort of 19-20 fellows, including four women serving in Boston healthcare at EmNet.

Where do you come in? We are seeking nonprofit organizations in Boston that are interested in hosting a Project 55 Fellow for the 2020-21 program year. We ask that organizations pay fellows a minimum stipend of $38,700, provide high impact work for fellows and meaningful supervision. We work with nonprofits of all sizes and types, and fellows fill a wide variety of positions. If you'd like to learn more, please contact Caryn Tomljanovich, Director of Programs and Strategy, at ctomljanovich@alumnicorps.org



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