The NNAAC Youth Fellowship program is a leadership development training program that has been developed through the National Network for Arab American Communities. The program is designed for Arab American undergraduate or graduate level college students, or recent graduates.  Fellows will be expected to work 16 hours per week in an Arab American serving organization, and will be given opportunities to learn about all aspects of a non-profit organization, including administration, finance, fundraising, communications, community engagement, and service delivery, among other things.  The Fellowship program will run from September, 2013 – April, 2014, and each Fellow will receive a $1,000 stipend in November, February, and April totaling $3,000.

Eligibility requirements
We encourage you to complete an application if you:
1) Identify as Arab-American
2) Are residing or attending college in or near Chicago, Illinois, Lackawanna or Brooklyn, New York, Dearborn or Flint Michigan, or Anaheim or San Francisco, California
3) Are a current undergraduate or graduate student or a recent college graduate
4) Graduated with or currently possess a 3.0 or higher
5) Dedicated to uplifting the Arab-American community & growing as a leader

Click here for more info about the 2013-2014 fellowship.

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