Families

All Our Kin

All Our Kin partners with home-based childcare providers to deliver Early Head Start services to eligible infants and toddlers, who receive free, high-quality child care and comprehensive wraparound support for both the children and their families. The Fellow would work to strengthen and support All Our Kin’s family partnership initiatives (event-planning, recruitment, case management supports, enrollment, and more)–all while centering equity, inclusion, and justice.

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Agency website: allourkin.org


Christian Community Action

Christian Community Action (CCA) serves families in New Haven experiencing homelessness by providing apartment style emergency shelter.  CCA also provides other emergency needs such as food and diapers to people in the community. With its ARISE (Accessing Resources for Independence, Skill building and Employment) Center, CCA seeks to go beyond emergency help and help families in our community be socially and economically stable on their journeys to independence.  The Fellow assist staff with helping residents and community members access child care and employment.  The Fellow will also help plan CCA’s 55th anniversary celebration.

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Agency website: ccahelping.org


Concepts for Adaptive Learning (CfAL)

CfAL works to increase youth and adult knowledge and use of technology, preparing them for success in both school and career in a constantly changing digital society.  The Fellow work directly with the executive staff to provide general operating support, as well as youth and adult programming support.

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Agency website: cfalct.org


Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services (IRIS)

Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Servcies (IRIS) empowers refugees and immigrants to become self-sufficient and integrate in their communities by providing furnished housing, good, clothing, help starting jobs, and case management.  IRIS also offers English-language classes; youth programs, legal assistance to help refugees apply for green cards and citizenship and to reunite with family members; healthcare coordination; and programs to promote emotional wellness. The Fellow will assist with the development and implementation of the 2022 IRIS Summer Learning Program.   

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Agency website: irisct.org


Junta for Progressive Action

Founded in 1969, Junta for Progressive Action is the oldest Latinx, community-based nonprofit organization in New Haven, Connecticut. They collaborate with Latinx and undocumented communities in the Greater New Haven area to advance the social, economic and civic environment for all, while embracing Latinx cultural traditions. The Fellow will work in the Development/Outreach division and help develop grant proposals, reports, and marketing materials.

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Agency website: juntainc.org


Sickle Cell Disease Association of America, Southern CT

In pursuit of systemic change, Sickle Cell Association of America - Southern CT (SCDAA.SC)/ Michelle’s House embraces prevention strategies to enhance the quality life and well-being of the Sickle Cell Community (SCC), and to provide individuals and families with critical education and access to direct and support services. The Fellow will use the organization’s needs assessment data to write a report on the status of sickle cell disease in New Haven and throughout CT.

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Agency website: michelleshousect.org