Community Scholars, Inc.

Community Scholars is a non-profit organization established in El Paso, Texas . The youth leadership development program hires high school sophomores / juniors and college students to study public policy and economic development topics in the Paso del Norte Region. The program offers paid internships to students academically Who rank in the top 20 percent In Their Class and Who Demonstrated also have a record of academic rigor and community services . Continue reading “Community Scholars, Inc.”

City-As-School High School

City-As-School is a high school located at 16 Clarkson Street between Hudson Street and Seventh Avenue South in the West Village of Manhattan , New York City. Since its opening in 1972, City As School has been distinguished by its curricular focus on experiential learning through internship . City As School is built on the idea That all children learn are differently, some learn by seeing , some by hearing , others by doing. The school’s stated objective is to help, motivate and guide students through their high school experience. Continue reading “City-As-School High School”

Center for Community Change

The Center for Community Change ( CCC ) is a progressive community organizing group active in the United States . [2] It was founded in 1968 in response to civil rights issues of the 1960s and to honor Robert F. Kennedy . [3] [4] The organization’s stated mission is “to build the power and capacity of low-income people, especially low-income people of color, to change their communities and public policies for the better.” [5] CCC has received funding from the Democracy Alliance and the Tides Advocacy Fund . [6] [7] Continue reading “Center for Community Change”

University of California, Washington Center

UCDC (an acronym that stands for “University of California-District of Columbia”) is an internship program sponsored by the University of California, which places undergraduates in Washington, DC , The Washington, DC campus of the University of California. The Center also houses the offices of the University of California Office of Federal Governmental Relations. Continue reading “University of California, Washington Center”

ASCEND: A Humanitarian Alliance

Ascend: A Humanitarian Alliance is a registered 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization which focuses on international economic and health care development in Africa and South America . Headquarters are located in Salt Lake City , Utah , United States, with full-time offices in Ethiopia , Peru , Bolivia and Ecuador and affiliates in DR Congo , Cape Verde , Ghana , Mozambique , and Sudan . Ascend Alliance operates under the governance of a volunteer board of directors, Humanitarians and community leaders. A local group of donors, partners, [1] volunteers, [2] interns, [3] and staff members contribute their time, resources and skills to further the organization’s goals. Its leadership is affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints . Citation needed ] Continue reading “ASCEND: A Humanitarian Alliance”

Arts & Business Council of New York

The New York Arts Council (NYC), [1] also known as Arts and Business Council, Inc., is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to develop more creative partnerships between the arts and business communities in New York, Enhancing the business skills of the arts sector and the creative engagement of the business sector. ABC / NY accomplishes this mission through programming in volunteer development, professional development, and leadership development. ABC / NY, now a division of the National Service for the Arts , was formed in 1965 to join the resources of New York City’s arts and business communities in order to strengthen both sectors. Continue reading “Arts & Business Council of New York”

Act One, Inc.

Act One, Inc. is a Christian , non-profit organization established in January 1999 by Barbara Nicolosi . [1] [2] A training program for aspiring filmmakers, Act One provides in-class instruction from professionals, internships, and practical experience. The program is divided into two branches: the Writing Program (with several advanced thirds for mentorship-driven workshops) and the Executive Program, which trains students in the development and production side of the business. Both programs typically take place side by side in the summer. Continue reading “Act One, Inc.”

Work college

Work colleges are distinctive liberal arts colleges in the United States that promote the purposeful integration of work, learning, and service. At a work college all students work regardless of their academic program or their financial need. A work college is a public or private non-profit, four-year degree-granting institution of higher learning where student work is an integrated, essential and federally required core component of the educational work-learning-service program. [1] Unlike Federal Work Study, which is solely need-based, work colleges do not differentiate between those who can afford to pay for their education.  Continue reading “Work college”