Promise Fellow Service Benefits
Become one of over 200 individuals who devote a year of service to narrowing the opportunity and achievement gaps in Minnesota – one youth at a time. Promise Fellows support students in grades 6-10 by connecting them to caring adults, service opportunities and out of school supports.
Gain a Lifetime of Experience
- Show your commitment and passion by dedicating a year to service
- Join a peer-learning community and build skills needed for social sector careers
- Gain experience with program development and management
- Learn data tracking and how to use it for evaluation and measuring impact
- Develop teamwork, leadership, and communication skills
- Increase your youth development experience
- Take advantage of monthly opportunities for professional development
- Build connections in schools and community organizations
- Access hiring opportunities through the Employers of National Service program
Benefits Beyond Service
- Modest living allowance
- Health and dental insurance offered at no cost to members
- Qualified federal student loan forbearance and Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program eligibility
- Education Award stipend upon successful completion of service
- Childcare assistance if you qualify
Special Opportunity! Bemidji State University PEDL and Minnesota Alliance With Youth announce a partnership to highlight their complementary programs. Individuals will be able to serve as AmeriCorps Promise Fellows and directly engage students in grade 6-10 while earning a teaching license at the same time. Learn More!
Support and Training
- Ongoing, extensive support and training is provided on the program model and interventions
- Promise Fellows meet regularly for training on topics ranging from interventions to education reform, the opportunity gap, building relations, conflict resolutions, and more
- Members are offered a Life Coach during their term
- CEU opportunities are made available to both Promise Fellows and Supervisors during our Regional, Mid-Year, and Promise Fellow Institute training.
Do you have what it takes?
- Be at least 18 years old
- Have a high school diploma or GED
- Be either a citizen, national, or permanent resident of the U.S. (Please review the eligibility requirements for more details.)
- Successfully pass background checks
- Interest in mentoring and working with youth, or past service experience
Promise Fellows may NOT be in school full-time or have another full-time position and serve with the Alliance. You may have additional part-time work while serving.Apply now!
We are committed to recruiting and engaging individuals without regard to disability, gender, race, religion, age, or sexual orientation. Reasonable accommodations provided upon request.
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