ONE Brooklyn Campus Fellowship Program: Apply Now!
BCS has launched the ONE Brooklyn Campus Fellowship Program, a platform to mobilize college students through volunteer service, to effect change for Brooklyn residents living in underserved communities.
The Fellows Program is designed to both give a select group of Brooklyn college students the opportunity to make a difference in Brooklyn and help these students grow into effective leaders in their communities. With the guidance of BCS staff, the Fellows will create and put into practice 70 hours (or more) of community service. College students living in or attending college in Brooklyn are encouraged to apply!
Examples of community service activities students may pursue:
- Volunteer to help students at an after-school program with their homework
- Volunteer to help with mental illnesses or disabilities learn computer skills
- Plan a Holiday Party for a BCS program
- Organize a street cleanup in your neighborhood
- Organize a book drive, toy drive or back-to-school supplies drive
- Attend a street festival, rally or tabling event to advocate for ONE Brooklyn Community
- Help people register to vote
- You may volunteer with BCS or find another Brooklyn 501(c)(3) organization to work with. We will help you find a good fit to turn your passion into impact.
How to Become a ONE Brooklyn Campus Fellow
BCS seeks applicants who:
- Are passionate about giving back in Brooklyn
- Are looking for an opportunity to make a difference in their community
- Are interested in public relations, community organizing, fundraising or activism
- Are pro-active and mature
- Must be able to commit to give 70 hours of service or more
- Fellowship is open to students of all college levels (Freshmen through Seniors)
- Hands-on experience with community organizing, fundraising and volunteer management
- Enhance your resume and gain professional references
- Opportunity to broaden your network
- Directly serve Brooklyn residents in need
- Vital leadership experience
- Certificate of completion
- Letter of reference from BCS Executive Director
Accrual of Hours:
Fellows independently work on their action plan and submit monthly timesheets to BCS staff. Staff will also be available to guide, provide feedback and resources to fellows.
Fellows complete their 70 hours (or more) and are awarded a certificate and letter of recommendation.
Email Outreach & Engagement Coordinator, Asea Thompson, at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “ONE Brooklyn Campus Application”.