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GIVE Fellows attend monthly workshops that incorporate either skill development or community learning. Workshops provide fellows with knowledge and experiences to become more deeply engaged in the community.
GIVE Fellows are divided into teams of 4-6 and matched with a nonprofit. Each Advisory Team will immerse themselves in their nonprofit over a 5-month period to provide ongoing thought partnership and advisory consulting around complex organizational issues and questions. The GIVE Advisory Project exists to expose fellows to the inner-workings and challenges of nonprofits, allow fellows to think creatively and use their skills to support nonprofits, and finally, to empower fellows to engage with nonprofits on a deeper and more dynamic level.
There are a variety of networking events that GIVE hosts each month including coffee talks with community and business leaders, happy hours, lunch gatherings, and volunteer experiences. Some events are for the current class to get to know one another on a more personal level, however, many events are open to all GIVE alumni to facilitate deeper connections among the GIVE network.
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