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GSV-Public Policy and Advocacy

Actively Recruiting

Openings

1 currently recruiting

Service Dates

August 21, 2022 - July 18, 2023

Application Window

September 20, 2021 - March 1, 2022

Location

  • New York, NY

Contact Information

Good Shepherd Volunteers
gsv@gsvolunteers.org

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Position Details

Full-time Good Shepherd Volunteer

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Description

The Good Shepherd Volunteer placed in Public Policy and Advocacy will work with the Government and Community Relations team at Good Shepherd Services (GSS). Also called the Public Policy Fellow, this volunteer spends most of their time at GSS’s Manhattan headquarters where they help advocate for initiatives to support the mission and programs of their organization, a large non-profit serving New York City with approximately 100 programs in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Bronx. The office of Government and Community Relations provides a bridge between the public policy realm and GSS programs.

The Public Policy Fellow has the unique opportunity to learn how policies (laws, regulations, and administrative directives) and various funding translate into practice at the program level. They will be involved in local and state advocacy activities to promote funding for programs that provide trauma-informed, strength-based services for youth, families, and communities. The GSV may attend both coalition meetings and site visits to learn more about policy issues affecting Good Shepherd programs. They will work collaboratively with other departments to learn about program models and outcomes, assist with special events and programming, conduct research on current policy and best practices, and aid in researching information to apply for public and private funding.

The Good Shepherd Volunteer placed in Public Policy and Advocacy will work with the Government and Community Relations team at Good Shepherd Services (GSS). Also called the Public Policy Fellow, this volunteer spends most of their time at GSS’s Manhattan headquarters where they help advocate for initiatives to support the mission and programs of their organization, a large non-profit serving New York City with approximately 100 programs in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Bronx. The office of Government and Community Relations provides a bridge between the public policy realm and GSS programs.

The Public Policy Fellow has the unique opportunity to learn how policies (laws, regulations, and administrative directives) and various funding translate into practice at the program level. They will be involved in local and state advocacy activities to promote funding for programs that provide trauma-informed, strength-based services for youth, families, and communities. The GSV may attend both coalition meetings and site visits to learn more about policy issues affecting Good Shepherd programs. They will work collaboratively with other departments to learn about program models and outcomes, assist with special events and programming, conduct research on current policy and best practices, and aid in researching information to apply for public and private funding.
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Living Allowance

$400 - $400 monthly

Benefits

Health coverage, Housing, Living allowance, Relocation allowance (if applicable), Stipend, Student loan forbearance, Training

Additional Benefits

Good Shepherd Volunteers offers ongoing support and formation opportunities throughout the time of service. While GSV does offer a broad range of support, it is up to each volunteer to take the initiative to utilize these supports as fully as they wish. GSV provides each volunteer with housing, health insurance, transportation, a monthly living stipend, relocation reimbursement upon completion, retreats, workshops, site supervision, community support people, staff support, and spiritual direction (optional).

Education Requirements

College Graduate

Desired Languages

English

Other Conditions

Prohibits paid work outside of the sponsoring agency at any time
Subject to criminal background check

Age Requirement

21 - 30

Service Details

Focus Areas

Community & Nonprofit Development, Economic Security, Education & Youth, Public Safety

Weekly Hours

40

Location Type

Urban

Service Type

Indirect "capacity building" for a direct service program

Service Environment

Indoor and Outdoor

Placement

Individual Placement

Service Setting

Community-based Nonprofit, Elementary School, High School, Local Government Agency, National Nonprofit/Affiliate, Religious Organization, Volunteer Placement Organization

Activity Types

Hands On Activities, Office Activities, Professional Activities

Contact Information

Good Shepherd Volunteers
gsv@gsvolunteers.org

Hosted By

Position Details

Full-time Good Shepherd Volunteer

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