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We are interested in knowing more about your experiences to-date, be they formal employment, community involvement, school, or other life experiences you think contribute to your ability to be a leader in your community.
We have provided three options for you to share your experiences with us: 1) You can share a link to your LinkedIn Profile, 2) You can upload a copy of your resume, or 3) You can type a short description of your experiences.
Note that file uploads are limited to 30MB in .doc or .pdf formats.
Use the space below to list any work, volunteer, or other experience that you feel will help us understand your leadership story.
Please respond to the following question: What is a community issue that you are passionate about and what skills do you want to develop through your Public Allies apprenticeship experience to help you create change around that issue?
You can choose any of the following ways to share with us what drives you: 1) Upload a file (think short video, slide deck, etc.), 2) Type a short answer response, or 3) Provide a link to your response.
Note: There is a 30MB size limit on file uploads.
What is a community issue that you are passionate about and what skills do you want to develop through your Public Allies apprenticeship experience to help you create change around that issue?
Public Allies is about bringing together the most diverse groups of leaders possible to improve communities. The following demographic questions are intended to help us determine how well we are doing reaching community members, especially those who have not had access to more traditional pathways to success.
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(Transgender is an umbrella term that refers to people whose gender identity, expression or behavior is different from those typically associated with their assigned sex at birth. Other identities considered to fall under this umbrella can include non-binary, gender fluid, and genderqueer ‐ as well as many more.)
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