This 10-month paid post-undergraduate fellowship supports one recent graduate from UC Berkeley in discovering their personal path to peace through immersive service supporting a partnership between Berkeley High School and Berkeley City College to increase college access. The selected fellow will join a group of students from other leading universities across the United States to animate the Shinnyo-en Foundation’s Infinite Paths to Peace Initiative.
The Shinnyo/2020 Vision College Access Fellowship is generously supported by the Shinnyo-en Foundation.
|Application Deadline||Monday, April 11, 2022|
|Fellowship Description||Read more|
|Info Session (on Zoom)||
Friday, April 1, noon-1pm
The Public Service Center has partnered with the City of Berkeley’s 2020 Vision to craft a collaborative Shinnyo fellowship placement that advances educational equity priorities in Berkeley public schools. The Shinnyo Fellow will support college access and awareness. They will work directly with the dual enrollment program at Berkeley City College (BCC) which allows Berkeley High School students to take college courses at BCC for free. Through this program, high school students earn transferrable college while gaining exposure to the culture and expectations of a college experience. The fellow will focus on recruiting and advising would-be first-generation college students.
The Fellow meets regularly with a PSC staff adviser for coaching/advising and with a staff member at Berkeley City College who will supervise their daily work.
They will be expected to maintain a service journal (video, audio, written) and to complete a final project documenting their service journey during the Fellowship. This project may be a video, a paper, or a presentation that shares learnings that could be relevant to others in the peacebuilding movement.
For more information, contact PSC Assistant Director Carrie Donovan at email@example.com.