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Civic Leadership Fellows Program

*Positions are currently unavailable, but you are encouraged to submit an application to be considered for future openings.*

If you are a practical idealist, a good communicator — in-person, in writing, or through other media — and want to be part of a small team working to transform education and our civic culture in DC and surrounding communities, the Civic Leadership Fellowship is for you!

We expect to bring on new Civic Leadership Fellows in late January, 2025.  View the job description here.

Become a Civic Leadership Fellow

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What We're Looking For

Become a Civic Leader

DC Tutoring & Mentoring Initiative (DCTMI) is looking for students (undergraduate or graduate) and community members wanting to have a positive impact on the Washington, DC, education landscape and help create a national model for civic transformation. The Civic Leadership Fellows program is a year-long opportunity to develop your leadership skills, gain tangible community organizing experience through face-to-face outreach, and grow in your ability to be a centered, self-aware, kind, and courageous human being and leader.
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Program Requirements

Program Benefits

Volunteer management and community organizing experience

Be part of a community of shared purpose, building valuable relationships within your team

Develop a better understanding of and have a lasting impact on the Washington, DC, community

$20-22 per hour, 10-15 hours per week. Up to twenty percent of weekly hours can be designated for paid self-care time.

DCTMI has a culture of open communication and feedback. Monthly feedback sessions with the possibility for salary increases dependent on performance.

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