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America Succeeds is a national network of non-profit, non-partisan, business-led policy and advocacy organizations. Our mission is to elevate and expand the business voice for the dramatic and continuous improvement of public education in the United States. We currently support eight state affiliates as well as a variety of partners. The America Succeeds team provides policy expertise, strategic consulting, and capacity-building services to the network. Sharing our experiences and insights, America Succeeds helps network members become more effective change agents in the education policy space.
The B-SAFE Program (Bishop’s Summer Academic & Fun Enrichment Program) provides safe, enriching activities for hundreds of Boston youth and teens. The program strives to build a loving community; to broaden the horizons of our young people through academics, the arts,athletics, technology training and educational field trips; and to provide meaningful jobs for teens. The B-SAFE program is designed to respond to the needs and challenges of young people in neighborhoods in and around Boston and to address inequities through increased opportunities.
We are interested in making surgery safer, more accessible and better outcome through super-human vision and machine intelligence. Our group published in Science Translational Medicine on the first supervised autonomous soft tissue robotic surgery. We are working to further improve the SMART vision system using multi-modal imaging beyond human visual range to display critical anatomic and physiologic structures. We believe that in the future, machine Intelligence and learning will play a critical role in surgical Robotic guidance, where the robot can perform surgical procedures collaboratively with and autonomously from human surgeons.
Children’s Scholarship Fund Philadelphia (CSFP) is a privately-funded program whose mission is to provide children from low-income Philadelphia families with financial access to quality, safe, K- 8th grade, tuition-based schools, thereby increasing their long-term economic and social success. CSFP grants need-based scholarships to children from low-income Philadelphia families, all of which are awarded by random lottery. CSFP currently serves about 5,300 children enrolled at over 170 private and parochial schools. Because we have a small staff, our PICS interns have been able to help finish projects that our staff is unable to accomplish.
Community LIFT ("Leveraging Investments for Transformation") is Memphis' community development funding intermediary. Founded in 2010 out of a citywide planning process called the Greater Memphis Neighborhoods (GMN) plan, LIFT’s mission is to fuel the revitalization of the city's distressed neighborhoods through investments in human capacity-building and economic and community development that result in sustainable, thriving communities.
DREAM’s mission is to provide inner-city youth with opportunities to Play, Learn and Grow. We use the power of teams to coach, teach and inspire youth to recognize their potential and realize their dreams.
Link Community Charter School will provide an outstanding middle school education for learners of all academic abilities by developing the mind, body and spirit through a strong curriculum, experiential learning, immersion in the arts, and an enduring commitment to Core Values; this will allow them to be successful in competitive high schools and become responsible and resourceful citizens who give back to others.
Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust is an artifact-rich institution that was founded in 1961 by Holocaust survivors who met in Los Angeles, each with their own personal experience and precious documents, photographs, and objects that connected them with their history, family, and friends. They believed in the importance of creating a space to commemorate their loved ones, house their precious artifacts, and educate future generations. Today, Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust continues its mission to commemorate, educate, and inspire.
The National Museum of American Jewish History, on Independence Mall in Philadelphia, presents educational programs and experiences that preserve, explore, and celebrate the history of Jews in America. Its purpose is to connect Jews more closely to their heritage and to inspire in people of all backgrounds a greater appreciation for the diversity of the American Jewish experience and the freedoms to which Americans aspire.
The Live Like Blaine Foundation was established to honor the memory of Blaine Steinberg, a young athletic leader who passed away suddenly during her junior year at Dartmouth. Our mission is to empower and inspire young women to become leaders through fitness and athletics. We want to make girls FIT TO LEAD.
Princeton in Africa is a year-long fellowship program that sends recent graduates and young professionals to work in various sectors across the African continent. This year, PiAf has 50 Fellows working with 30 businesses and organizations in 14 countries. Over the past 20 years, PiAf has placed over 550 Fellows in 36 countries across Africa. Fellowship posts include opportunities in computer science, health financing, youth empowerment, grant-writing, engineering, and marketing/communications. PiAf’s mission is to help future leaders develop lifelong connections to the people and nations of Africa through highly selective yearlong fellowships for recent college graduates with organizations across the African continent. The organizations we work with include large organizations, like the International Rescue Committee and Population Services International, smaller start-ups and grassroots organizations, and multinational companies.
Headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya, the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) has nearly 60 years of experience working to ensure wildlife and wild lands thrive in a modern Africa. As one of the oldest and largest conservation organizations focused solely on the continent of Africa, AWF is the primary advocate for the protection of African wildlife and wild lands. AWF works across the continent of Africa implementing programs that are focused on safeguarding areas of high conservation value through a holistic suite of projects that protect land, conserve wildlife, improve the lives of local people by enhancing access to education and income-generating activities, and leverage conservation enterprises to promote economic growth that is not at the expense of Africa’s natural heritage.
The American Jewish Historical Society is the oldest ethnic, cultural archive in the United States. AJHS provides access to more than 30 million documents and 50,000 books, photographs, art and artifacts that reflect the history of the Jewish presence in the United States from 1654 to the present. The intern will get hands-on experience working with books, archives, and primary sources of all kinds; this is a great opportunity for those interested in history, but also possibly library and museum studies, and teaching.
Our mission is to implement effective and engaging practices that foster each student’s unique potential and help young people use their minds well at Eagle Rock School and to support schools nationally to do the same. Eagle Rock serves adolescents who are not thriving in their current situations, for whom few positive options exist, and who are interested in taking control of their lives and learning.
Improve the lives of children, youth and families facing significant health challenges or social isolation.
A world where everyone feels appreciated, celebrated and free of stigma and discrimination. We want a community where individuals have the opportunity to learn and grow so that they may lead healthier and more productive lives.
Policy Matters, a non-profit policy research institute, creates a more vibrant, equitable, sustainable and inclusive Ohio through research, strategic communications, coalition building and policy advocacy. We are a mid-sized nonprofit with a staff of 11, and with an office located in both Cleveland and Columbus.
YingHua International School is a private non-profit Chinese-English Immersion program for children 2-years-old through Grade 8.
Our missions is to enable Academic Excellence and prepare students for Compassionate, Effective, and Ethical Global Citizenship by facilitating English and Chinese language acquisition and instilling a passion for lifelong learning.
The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. This gives them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
Springboard Collaborative (2 positions)
Springboard Collaborative exists to close the literacy gap by coaching teachers, training family members, and cultivating reading habits so that our scholars have the requisite skills to access life opportunities. Springboard Summer is an intensive, 5-week summer literacy program for Pre-K through 3rd grade students and their families. In each of our school partners, we train their existing teachers to implement the program.
The mission of Young Scholars is to provide a personalized middle school education that challenges, engages and prepares all students to passionately pursue their dreams and lead a life of active citizenship.
We believe that an intern would gain a great perspective into many different facets of education from the charter school perspective, urban needs perspective, leadership and teacher
view etc. We have a start-up feel that is high energy and urgent and are constantly striving to be better and improve our impact for students!