ProInspire Now Recruiting The Next Generation Of Nonprofit Leaders

Feb 11, 2013 • Views 957

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At ProInspire, we are dedicated to building the next generation of nonprofit leaders who will change the world. We are currently recruiting top professionals with 2-5 years of business experience to be a part of our flagship program, the ProInspire Fellowship. This highly competitive program offers targeted positions with leading nonprofits, monthly trainings with a cohort of peers, a coach, and a network to support career growth. Fellows spend one year working in an analytical, operational, marketing or strategic role at a nonprofit organization. After the Fellowship, Fellows engage with our growing community of alumni to continue investing in the social sector.

Every day, ProInspire Fellows address critical social issues like empowering youth in our communities, immunizing children in developing countries, and expanding financial access all over the world.  ProInspire Fellows make a real difference by using their passion, skills, and experience for social impact.

ProFellow recently featured ProInspire Fellow Crystal Moore. As a ProInspire Fellow, Crystal worked for DC Public Schools:

Working in the Office of Secondary School Transformation at DC Public Schools, I helped to drive the implementation of the school district’s reform strategy by improving the districts effectiveness through a rigorous use of data. Through my work as a ProInspire Fellow, I further strengthened my core belief that all students, regardless of their social-economic background should have access to a quality education system. Read more.

– Crystal Moore, 2010 ProInspire Fellow

ProInspire focuses on expanding the social sector’s talent pipeline, developing professionals, and increasing diversity in the sector. We are passionate about accelerating social impact and being catalysts of outstanding performance.  We have been operating in the Washington DC region since 2009 and in the San Francisco Bay Area since 2012. Previous ProInspire Fellows come from across the U.S. with experience at Accenture, Bain, BCG, Deloitte, General Mills, Goldman Sachs, Google, JP Morgan, and other leading companies.

About the ProInspire Fellowship
ProInspire recruits outstanding business professionals to spend one year working in an analytical, operational, marketing or strategic role at a nonprofit or public sector organization. Typically, ProInspire Fellows have 2-5 years of work experience at top-tier consulting firms, investment banks, and corporations, and are looking to build a career in the social sector. ProInspire gives its partners access to a highly skilled talent pool and matches them with the right Fellow through a rigorous selection process. We provide training and coaching to ensure Fellows’ successful transition into the social sector.

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Program Overview
The Fellowship program runs for 12 months, with start dates in April 2013 and August 2013. Hiring partners include organizations focused on community development, education, health, human rights, international development, microfinance, impact investing, and youth development.

Fellows participate in orientation, a mandatory Fellows retreat, monthly workshops, coaching, and leadership development projects.  Fellows also receive career/graduate school support. After the program, Fellows stay in the social sector, find other career opportunities, or attend graduate school.  Annual compensation of $45,000 and health benefits are provided by the hiring organization.

Selection Criteria
Successful candidates will have:

  • A minimum of two years of business experience by August 2013
  • Passion for using their business skills to have a positive impact on society
  • Humility and eagerness to learn
  • Demonstrated initiative, self-direction and a “can-do” attitude
  • Adaptability in ambiguous situations and demonstrated ability to learn quickly
  • Strong analytical, problem solving, and project management skills
  • Willingness to live in the San Francisco Bay Area or Washington, D.C. for the program

To Apply
Candidates applying for August start dates should submit their application by Friday, March 1st, 2013 for priority consideration. Apply online at

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