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Community Fellowship

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Now Accepting Applications February 2023 Youth Cohort!

More Information Below!

Youth Cohort Application & Information

Please download and print the following document: February 2023 Youth Application

To submit application or for more information about the program contact:

Adult Cohort Application & Information

Currently no program for adults at the moment. Check back later for more information!

What is the Community Fellowship Program?

It is a group that meets with each other 10 hours a week for 10 weeks to promote leadership in the community for survivors of interpersonal violence such as domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse, child abuse, and human trafficking.

Why become a community fellow?

This program is a great way for you to develop your leadership potential by identifying skills in advocacy, training & events, project coordination, or technology. It can also help you get a community project off the ground! Our coaching & mentoring will help support your personal and skill development while providing meaningful networking opportunities!

What we are looking for:

  • Reside in Contra Costa County
  • Experienced any form of interpersonal violence in the past year
  • Either age 18 and up for our adult cohort; in high school for the youth cohort.
  • Have Conversational & reading English language ability
  • Have reliable transportation
  • Have participated in school or community activities with a goal of increasing involvement.

Find out more from our previous cohorts!

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Fall 2018 Fellows

Check out their biography: 2018 Fellows

Spring 2018

Spring 2018 Fellowship

Check out their biography: Spring 2018 Fellows


2017 Fellows

Check out their biography: 2017 Fellows

And their videos: Click Here!

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