The housing crisis. Systemic racism. The climate crisis. The challenges facing our society are not only becoming more complex, but more urgent. And it won’t be solved in just a few years. It’s going to take the entire careers of a whole generation to take on these challenges.
At Second Day, we are committed to ensuring that we are building a larger, stronger, and more diverse social impact workforce by providing college seniors with professional development opportunities, mentorship, and career planning. We currently offer TWO programs that are fully remote and open to any college senior at a US college or university.
This crash-course-meets-community program is a great fit for someone who is looking to access our proprietary curriculum, but may not have 10-20 hours a week to give to an internship. Here’s how it works:
- If selected, each person will be assigned to a small group of 5-8 people that are interested in similar topics as you (e.g., health equity or civic engagement). That group meets weekly as a form of learning, accountability, and support. Groups typically meet for ~an hour and then do a reading or assignment for ~an hour at some point before the next week. Assignments include researching organizations, reaching out to people working in the field for advice, reading articles, or making job application progress.
- Every month or two, we’ll have a program-wide session to talk through critical concepts, frameworks, and tactical tips for building a social impact career.
Want to learn more?
Check out our application here! Applications for the Community Scholars Program on January 8th.
The Second Day Team