This is a premier opportunity in philanthropy where fellows can develop an analytical lens to evaluate solutions that advance racial equity and cultural connections in an urban setting. Fellows will review grant proposals, conduct site visits, and make grant recommendations. They will gain exposure to a wide range of social and economic issues while discovering trends in the nonprofit sector. Fellows will also create documentation for staff and the board of directors as well as work on special projects. The fellowship is supervised, can provide credit towards a degree, and offers fieldwork and philanthropic experience.
Graduate students in any Chicago university that are working on degrees related to the Field Foundation’s Justice, Art, Media & Storytelling, and Leadership Investment programs are welcome to apply.