Shared Prosperity Philadelphia was created to implement a comprehensive strategy to address poverty in Philadelphia. The Office of Community Empowerment and Opportunity (CEO), Philadelphia’s Community Action Agency, plays a key role in this effort. The City launched the office by executive order in January 2013 with an ambitious goal: to organize and implement a coordinated approach to reduce poverty. As a Shared Prosperity Fellow, you will serve as an ambassador for CEO and work alongside stakeholders from government, philanthropic agencies, academia, business and consumer communities, all in an effort to achieve a common understanding of Philadelphia’s poverty problem and everyone’s role in its ongoing solution.
Shared Prosperity Fellowship Positions: Spring 2018
The link below lists unpaid fellowship positions that are open in CEO for undergraduate and graduate students during Spring 2018 (15-25 hours/week based on Fellow’s class schedule). Option to apply for Summer 2018 during fellowship. Applications will be reviewed and offers will be extended on a rolling basis.