Strategic Planning Consultant
The Swearer Center is seeking a strategic planning consultant who will assist in the development of a multi-year strategy that will communicate and guide our organizational goals, our implementation plans, and our benchmarks for success, with a focus on stewarding a process that is broadly inclusive of our diverse stakeholders.
Please review our Request for Proposals for more detailed information about our background, issues to be addressed, the scope of services, deliverables, timeline, proposal format, and contract terms. Proposals are due October 4, 2021, with work scheduled to begin in November 2021 and to be completed by April 2022. For any questions and to submit proposals, please email [email protected].
Undergraduate Civic Engagement Fellows (2 positions available)
The Swearer Center Civic Engagement Fellows serve to promote the integration of civic engagement and democratic education into all aspects of the Brown undergraduate experience. Among other responsibilities, fellows manage Brown Votes, a Swearer Center and student-led initiative that seeks to coordinate efforts of students, staff, and faculty to encourage and streamline student voter registration and voting participation. Financial Compensation: Stipend of $600/semester. Click here to learn more about the position and apply.
The Swearer Center hosts several semester-long residencies for practitioners in a variety of fields. Please click the links below to learn more about the application process and deadlines.
The Swearer Center at Brown University offers a semester-long part-time residency program for leading community engagement practitioners who live in the Greater Providence area. This program is intended for distinguished and emerging leaders who are looking for room to reflect, build deeper connections with Brown University, explore academic and research insights and pursue new ideas in their areas of interest. The program is grounded in the Swearer Center’s belief that practitioners are co-creators of knowledge and offers an opportunity to share knowledge while developing new networks of local community leaders and thinkers.
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