Are you looking to develop your skills as a leader and community organizer? Do you want to learn how effective nonprofit organizations are run while working on a fun, dynamic team? Then apply to HandsOn Leadership 2018!
HandsOn Bay Area’s HandsOn Leadership is a one-of-a-kind fellowship that combines specialized professional development with hands-on volunteering to cultivate strong civic leaders in our Bay Area communities.
HandsOn Leadership teams operate under the expert guidance of HandsOn Bay Area while working to support our unique mission. HandsOn Leadership team members learn fundamental aspects of running an effective nonprofit through a unique set of leadership, fundraising and volunteering goals.
Working in regional teams of 8-12 participants, HandsOn Leadership teams work towards a number of rewarding goals throughout their 9-month fellowship.
Develop and lead
events and series
Get inspired with nonprofit
Create unique fundraising
Recruit and inspire the
next class of
Attend valuable networking
HandsOn Leadership Candidates are
Passionate, community-minded individuals
Interested in working as a nonprofit executive or serving on a nonprofit board
Corporate or nonprofit professionals seeking to enhance their leadership skills
Benefits of Involvement
Learning how effective nonprofits manage resources and people to create positive change in their communities
Attending professional development workshops led by leading nonprofit experts
Growing your professional network of community-minded peers
And so much more...
The enrollment fee for HandsOn Leadership is $650. This fee helps cover program costs including workshop facilitation, project supply budgets for the teams, venue management and volunteer meal costs, to name a few. That said, we have a generous sliding-scale, needs-based scholarship program to enable us to not turn anyone away for lack of funds.
Applications are closed for 2018. Please check back in early Fall 2018 or contact us below with any questions.
The HandsOn Leadership program is made possible by generous support from the Eustace-Kwan Family Foundation.