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Building Out Alumni Strategy for Fellowship Program
Repair the World offers a special year-long fellowship for young professionals who are partnered with non-profits addressing social justice issues such as environmentalism, homelessness, criminal justices, and access to food and education. There are currently almost 200 alumni whom Repair the World has engaged over the past few years without much structure. The goal of this engagement is to help Repair the World define the types of programming and alumni engagement needed to build a proper, highly effective community. They need help understanding where their alumni are now, what they are doing, how their experience with Repair has impacted them, how they would like to be connected in the future, and how Repair can ideally be leveraging their alumni to further their mission. Key activities will include an alumni-focused longitudinal survey and focus groups.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Evaluation and Recommendations
Data Scrubbing & Reorganization
Data Synthesis & Visualization
KPI Design Visualization
Business Opportunity Research
Prospecting New Relationships
Designing & Scaling Processes
Social Media Optimization
User/Customer Acquisition Strategy Development & Testing
Org Culture, D&I
Training & Development
Product Design & Development
Talent Competency Mapping
Training & Development Curriculum Design
Talent Satisfaction Assessments
- Define how Repair fellows fit into a theory of change.
- Help determine the purpose and structure of alumni engagement and community building.
- Suggest ways to build out the Repair Fellowship alumni strategy
|Name||Repair the World|
|Tagline||Repair the World is dedicated to creating social change through meaningful Jewish service in order to build a more just and equitable community for all|
|Growth Stage||Medium Business|
|Funding Size||3,000,000 - 10,000,000|
|Description||Repair the World was founded in 2009 to make meaningful service a defining element of American Jewish life. Repair mobilizes tens of thousands of young Jews to volunteer in tackling pressing local needs each year, and Repair equips communities and partners to do the same. These volunteers help transform neighborhoods, cities, and lives through meaningful service experiences rooted in Jewish values, learning, and history.|
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