We write and talk a lot about the El Pomar Fellowship on this blog. And we hope most of you know the details of this important program that helps the Foundation support its mission in Colorado. But for those who still feel like they need more info or those interested in becoming a Fellow someday, we offer a great new educational tool. Check out our new Fellowship Viewbook to see a different take on the behind-the-scenes version of the Fellowship.
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About the Fellowship:
The El Pomar Foundation Fellowship is a competitive, two-year post undergraduate leadership-training program that develops today’s young professionals into tomorrow’s leaders. Fellows have the opportunity to pursue personal and professional growth through program and project management, community development and grantmaking. It is designed to bring together highly qualified individuals with diverse backgrounds and interests, and shape them into effective leaders for the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. El Pomar Fellows operate the foundation’s programs, conduct outreach initiatives, and bolster the Foundation’s grantmaking throughout the state, investing in the people and organizations of Colorado’s urban and rural communities.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2012 El Pomar Fellowship. Click here to learn more and to submit your application.