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Jaclyn Quinn, Public Ally Jasmine Lilly, and Rashmi Rangan from DCRAC (left to right)
Nonprofit and government agencies are needed to host our AmeriCorps Members!
Since 1994, hundreds of organizations have partnered with us to provide apprenticeships for diverse, emerging leaders who are driven by our values and committed to strengthening their communities. Nonprofit organizations and government agencies that need to create, improve, or expand their services to meet community needs are invited to apply to host an Ally. Allies have served at organizations focused on youth, education, economic development, health, arts, environment, and other social and community services. Organizations should view Allies as valuable tools in expanding the capacity of the organization through greater effectiveness, efficiency, or reach. To express your interest in partnering, click here.
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Launch a new after-school program Improve a case management system Expand a teen leadership programCreate an outreach program
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Expand a teen leadership program
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Public Ally CJ Bland, Sarah Lester, and Claire Hamilton from West Side Grows Together (left to right)
Our partners play a crucial role in supporting emerging leaders by providing an invaluable personal and professional development experience through the Public Allies 10-month AmeriCorps Apprenticeship Program.
Click here to learn more about the benefits of and requirements for hosting an Ally.