Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust Seeks 2017-2019 Resident Scholar

Dec 12, 2016 • Views 986

Piper Trust Resident Scholar Program

Sponsored by Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust

Piper Trust is now accepting applications for its 2017-2019 Resident Scholar. As a way to engage young professionals in the social profit sector, Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust, a private, place-based foundation in Phoenix, Arizona (Maricopa County) established the Piper Trust Resident Scholars Program. Through a paid two-year commitment, Resident Scholars can learn about the social profit sector and philanthropy, examine issues and challenges in our region, and contribute to advancing the Trust’s mission of improving well-being for all in Maricopa County.

Resident Scholars work at the offices of Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust in Phoenix, Arizona. For complete program information and an FAQ visit: pipertrust.org/scholars.

Piper Trust Resident Scholars will receive a stipend of $45,000 per year, plus full health benefits, professional development support, and work-related travel expenses. Housing, transportation, and living arrangements are the responsibility of the Scholars.

Eligibility

Candidates for the Resident Scholars Program must have an undergraduate degree (a graduate degree and/or social profit work experience will add to a candidate’s competitiveness) and a demonstrated desire to contribute to social good and the social profit sector. The Trust views the position to be a valuable early career opportunity; it is not suited for seasoned professionals.

Deadline

The application deadline is January 20, 2017.

Apply at pipertrust.org/scholars.

 

About the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust:

Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust supports organizations that enrich health, well-being, and opportunity for the people of Maricopa County, Arizona. Since it began awarding grants in 2000, Piper Trust has invested more than $369 million in local nonprofits and programs. Piper Trust grantmaking areas are healthcare and medical research, children, older adults, arts and culture, education, and religious organizations. Learn more at pipertrust.org.