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Public Allies Arizona is accelerating impact in Phoenix and Tucson by advancing new leadership to strengthen communities, nonprofit and civic participation. Join the movement and become a Partner Organization today!
We will place a talented, diverse young adult(s) in full-time service at your nonprofit. Together we share in training and shaping these emerging leaders while, in return, they serve on-site at your organization.
Make sure you've carefully read the Public Allies Partner Organization Info Booklet and the Tucson or Phoenix program timelines. Partners must be a nonprofit organization, foundation, public school or public agency committed to working to improve the greater Phoenix or Tucson communities.
To begin the application process, you'll provide general information about your organization and the ways we can partner. You will also review the program policies and requirements.
In this section, you'll download and complete a few administrative forms and upload some documentation about your organization, its status and its policies.
Public Allies will review all applications and conduct site visits to newly selected Partner Organizations to determine adherence to Public Allies and AmeriCorps regulations and to clarify mutual expectations prior to any approvals and placement of Allies. The site visit will also include an interview with prospective Ally Supervisors.
The matching process will take place throughout July, and mandatory trainings for Partner Organizations and Allies occur in August. The Public Allies cohort year begins at the start of each September. Review the Info Booklet for additional details and a full timeline.
If you have any questions about the application process or hosting an Ally, please email Jake Teskey, email@example.com, or call (602) 496-0500.