Partner Organization Interest Form

Thank you for your interest in hosting a 2019-20 Fellow or Public Ally; please fill out your information below and a member of our Employer Engagement Team will be in touch shortly.
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Baltimore Corps has two programs matching talent to opportunity in Baltimore’s social sector — the Fellowship program and Public Allies Maryland. At the heart of both is a connection to Baltimore Corps’ values of advancing equity and racial justice; increasing sector effectiveness; and putting Baltimore first. If your organization shares these values, we would welcome the opportunity to explore possibilities for your organization to host an Ally and/or Fellow. Get the conversation started by filling out the Interest Form on this page.

Upcoming Information Sessions:

  • Wednesday, March 20; 4:30-6:00 p.m. [RSVP]
    Central Baltimore Partnership
    25 E. 20th Street
    Light refreshments provided.

  • Tuesday, March 26; 12:00-1:30 p.m. [RSVP]
    TouchPoint Baltimore - Mondawmin
    2401 Liberty Heights Ave., Ste. 2730
    Light lunch provided.

What does Baltimore Corps look for in a PARTNER?

Baltimore Corps’ partner organizations are those tackling Baltimore’s biggest challenges. A partner organization can be a nonprofit organization, for-profit social enterprise, government agency, or other impact-oriented initiative that hosts a Public Ally for 10 months with the option to extend and/or a Fellow for one year, with the option to hire long-term. 

While applicants are considered on a case-by-case basis, each of our partners is intensely focused on generating social impact in Baltimore City, across sectors and focus areas. Partner organizations deploy Allies or Fellows in capacity-building roles: expanding existing programs; piloting new programs; or providing specialized support. 

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN hosting A PUBLIC ALLY AND A BALTIMORE CORPS FELLOW?

While Public Allies and Fellows, alike, are committed to Baltimore and our core values of increasing sector effectiveness and advancing equity and racial justice, each program has distinct characteristics and requirements. The following comparison highlights some of the unique qualities of each program:

Public Allies Maryland* Fellowship
Placement Apprenticeship; early career Early- to mid-level professional
Length 10-month placement, beginning October 15 12-month placement, beginning September 16
Hours per week 32 hours on-site; 8 hours at Baltimore Corps site for training Full-time on-site; cohort-based professional development generally outside of work hours
Organization’s Cost Stipend of $16,500 plus benefits and placement and program fees Minimum salary of $35,000 plus benefits and participation fees

*Public Allies Maryland is a program of Baltimore Corps and a proud member of the AmeriCorps national service network. Our program is made possible through funding of the Corporation for National and Community Service.


PUBLIC ALLIES
PARTNER ORGANIZATION application deadline:

AUGUST 1, 2019

IMPORTANT DATES

April 15
Partner Organization PRIORITY Application Deadline*

August 1
Partner Organization Application Deadline

*Program fee discount of $500 for applications completed by this date

FELLOWSHIP
PARTNER ORGANIZATION
application deadline:

MAY 23, 2019

important dates

April 15
Partner Organization PRIORITY Application Deadline*

May 23
Partner Organization Application Deadline

*Program fee discount of $500 for applications completed by this date