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We are able to take on more Allies for this program year. If you are interested in joining a network of diverse, equitable leaders click here to submit your application.

WHAT OUR ALLIES ARE SAYING

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of Cincinnati Allies reported coaching from Public Allies staff helped them identify and work toward their personal and professional goals.
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of Allies feel Public Allies Cincinnati prepared them well for their future education and career goals.

MEET OUR ALLIES

Annabelle Arbogast


Partner Organization

Green Umbrella

Annie Huelefeld


Partner Organization

Cincinnati Nature Center
www.cincynature.org
Bethany Higgins


Partner Organization

Brighton Center
brightoncenter.com
Brennan Ball


Partner Organization

St. Vincent de Paul

Charice Hambrick


Partner Organization

Cradle Cincinnati at Cincinnati Children's Hospital
Www.cradlecincinnati.org
Courtney Brunsman


Partner Organization

St. Vincent de Paul

Danielle Smith


Partner Organization

City of Cincinnati: Office of Environment and Sustainability
https://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/oes/
Lauren Houshel


Partner Organization

PreventionFIRST!

Naomi Dumas


Partner Organization

Elementz

Patricia Oigo-Nyaega


Partner Organization

Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio Region
www.plannedparenthood.org
Sarah Fischer


Partner Organization

City of Cincinnati: Office of Environment and Sustainability
https://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/oes/
Shania Conrad


Partner Organization

Brighton Center
brightoncenter.com
Stella Pfirrman


Partner Organization

St. Vincent de Paul

Tatyana Booker


Partner Organization

Urban League of Greater Cincinnati

Tiffany Fisher


Partner Organization

St. Vincent de Paul

To learn more about each of our amazing 2019-2020 Public Allies Cincinnati Allies, check out our Cincinnati 2019-20 Meet The Allies Bio Sheet.

WHO WILL YOU BECOME?

We are all in a constant state of becoming, constantly growing as leaders by developing new skills, challenging our beliefs, and pursuing new challenges. To illustrate this, we reached out to some of our amazing alumni and asked them to reflect on how Public Allies helped them change their beliefs, thoughts, actions, and more. Below is what they had to say. So who will you become?

THIS IS ONLY THE BEGINNING

Our Allies are forever part of the Public Allies family. Our Alumni Programs connect and engage the growing Public Allies network of diverse leaders, providing support for graduates’ career development, influence, impact, and civic engagement.

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Public Allies Indianapolis Alumni
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of Indianapolis Alumni are Employed in the Nonprofit / Public Service Sectors

If you’re an Alumni and want to share an announcement, complete the Alumni Update Information form here.

PROGRAM DETAILS

Who Can Apply

  • At least 18 years of age
  • High school diploma or GED
  • U.S. citizen or permanent resident

POC, LGBTQ+, Re-entering Citizens, veterans, transition age youth are  strongly encouraged to apply.

Program Benefits

  • $1,500 monthly stipend
  • $5,920 Education Award upon successful completion.
    (Utilized to continue higher education or pay back qualifying student loans)
  • SNAP benefit eligibility
  • Healthcare, Childcare provided
  • Networking with nonprofit and community leaders
  • Weekly 21st century skills training

Program Structure

Nonprofit Apprenticeship

Allies are placed with a nonprofit organization, 4 days per week, where they help address critical community needs such as youth development, education, workforce development, environmental issues, and community health.

Leadership Training

Weekly Friday training provides skills development that build competencies for 21st century workforce. Topics include both professional and personal development ranging from project management to strengths assessments.

Community Engagement

The Team Service Project connects a team of Allies to a neighborhood to develop, implement and evaluate a service project that engages existing assets of residents and stakeholders.