New fellowship opportunity | The John M. Belk Impact Fellowship is a ten-month (August-May) paid program that provides hands-on experience for students currently enrolled in community college, undergraduate, or graduate programs in North Carolina. The Fellowship will serve as a training ground for future generations of social impact leaders. To gain exposure to the inner workings of organizations playing a variety of critical roles across North Carolina’s education landscape, Fellows could be placed at organizations such as nonprofits, education systems and institutions, and/or philanthropy. The rolling application process is open now through July 31. Click here for more information.
Webinar | The Hunt Institute has launched a new series of webinars on race and education. Click here to register for the July 28 conversation on challenging racism in state and local education systems.
20 States Join Network to Identify and Scale Strategies to Help Workers Succeed in a Post-Pandemic Economy
The Reskilling and Recovery Network will join state and community college leaders to offer targeted assistance and identify strategies to give workers the skills necessary to succeed in an economy reshaped by the pandemic.... Read the rest