Working directly with the Parent Fellowship Manager and, at times, the Executive Director, the Parent Fellows will lead community engagement and public education revolving around the need for a new education funding formula in Delaware, in addition to other education related issues. No previous knowledge of these policies is required.

    • Identifies interested parents and community members
    • Hosts public education events around funding reform in person and virtually
    • Understands the specific needs of their county and the communities represented therein
    • Trains and coaches parents and community members on how to advocate for education funding reform
    • Recruits community advocates to be active participants in the movement to reform education funding in Delaware
    • Maximum of 15 hours per week
    • Political or community organizing or community engagement
    • Strong leadership skills
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • An ability to learn new software or technology quickly
    • A commitment to improving education in Delaware
    • A positive outlook and commitment to DelawareCAN’s mission and values
    • A stipend of $750 a month will be paid to Parent Fellows
    • The Fellowship will require a maximum of 10 hours per week time commitment
    • Some travel within your county will be required

This application is now closed.