Student Voice is the nation’s leading by-students, for-students nonprofit and has been recognized by numerous national publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, ThinkProgress and USA Today. Joining the team at Student Voice means you will be entering a unique, transparent, and fast-paced work environment. You will join our team in empowering students to take action on issues that impact their education, providing them with the resources and mentorship they need to create local change.
As the Journalism Fellowship Coordinator, you will lead the Journalism Fellowship, a program that engages high school students who are passionate about using storytelling as a vehicle for social change. This position oversees monthly programming and will work with the annual selection process for the fellows. The Journalism Fellowship Coordinator will teach fellows how to tell the stories of their schools through the lens of the Student Bill of Rights and grow as writers and communicators over the course of a school year. The person selected for the position will collaborate with journalists and experienced storytellers to connect them as mentors and guest speakers for students in the program.
Student Voice is an equal opportunity employer. We’re dedicated to building a team where diversity in both ideas and identities is not only welcomed, but encouraged. You're encouraged to apply even if your experience doesn't precisely match the job description. Your skills and passion will stand out.