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Profile, Benefits, Nomination

ServiceCorps Fellow Profile

  • Immediately following undergraduate gradation, full-time, 1 year
  • Applicants must be nominated by one of our Corporate Partners
  • The ServiceCorps Fellowship empowers top college graduates to “secure & defer” their post-college corporate job offers to serve full-time for one year at our Social Sector Partner organizations
  • After a year of service and rigorous leadership development training, alumni return to awaiting jobs at Corporate Partners with a deeply ingrained commitment to social responsibility and a lifelong Ethic of Service.

Benefits Of Becoming A Fellow

  •  Nonprofit Placement: A yearlong full-time position at a high-performing, high-impact nonprofit organization working to close the opportunity gap
  • SLI:1 — Service-Leadership Institute: 10-days of intensive leadership development training (training time will be 1-week in inaugural year)
  • SLI:2 — Service-Leadership Immersion: 1-week trip to Europe to study service leadership through a historical and modern day lens
  • 8 Levels of Service Leadership Seminar Series: Seminar series leveraging proprietary curriculum and guest speakers
  • Leadership Coaching: Individual leadership coaching (coaching will begin in 2017-18)
  • Living Stipend
  • Benefits: A complete benefits package (health and retirement)
  • Secure Corporate Job: Corporate job offer remains secure for 1 year
  • Network for life: Graduates of our ServiceCorps Fellowship will be inducted into our alumi network, The Corps

Fellow Nomination and Selection


Unlike other highly selective post-college programs such as Teach For America and Venture For America, ServiceCorps does not recruit applicants.  Similar to the Rhodes and Marshall Scholarships, which require the endorsement of an applicant’s university, applicants to ServiceCorps are nominated by our Corporate Partners only after receiving a job offer.  Once nominated, candidates may opt-in to apply for ServiceCorps.

The ServiceCorps application process evaluates nominees based on non-discriminatory objective criteria.  The online application and informational interview help ServiceCorps to get to know the whole person: professionally, personally, communally.  

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