The FUSE Fellowship is an opportunity to develop and implement unique solutions to a community’s most pressing challenges.
Entrepreneurial professionals who want to help solve some of the biggest challenges facing urban communities are encouraged to apply now to join the Fall 2019 cohort of FUSE Executive Fellows by going directly to https://fusecorps.org/fellowship-openings/.

FUSE Fellows leverage their cross-sector skills to provide important services to city and county governments. By leading strategic projects, FUSE Fellows establish innovative and sustainable approaches that address a range of critical social issues. The next cohort of FUSE Fellows will help improve public health, foster economic development, advance affordable and safe housing, apply technology to improve service delivery, alleviate poverty, and further civic engagement.

The Fall 2019 FUSE Fellows will be leading projects in a number of US communities, including Los Angeles, Oakland, San Jose, and Washington, D.C. Fellows are experienced professionals with 15+ years of experience, particularly in the private sector or across a combination of the public, private and social sectors. They are full-time, independent contractors and receive an annual stipend of $90,000 paid by monthly installment.

Apply now for the twelve-month fellowships that begin in September, 2019 by visiting the Fellowship Openings page and complete a brief on-line application and submit a current resume. Please submit only one application. FUSE will carefully review your application to determine your eligibility for all projects which are aligned with your experience and interests. Additional projects are expected soon.

For further information, please contact FUSE directly at apply@fusecorps.org.

· 15+ years of professional experience, particularly in the private sector
· Progressive success in challenging roles with substantial management responsibilities
· Track record of collaboration, team-building, and facilitative leadership
· Excellent stakeholder management skills
· Superior critical thinking and analytical skills
· Ability to synthesize information into clear and concise recommendations
· Entrepreneurial spirit and demonstrated success in creating novel solutions to complex problems
· Flexibility, adaptability, and persistence
· Humility, inclusivity, and sensitivity to cultural differences
· Exceptional written and verbal communication skills with ease in making public presentations
· Demonstrated a passion for public service, civic innovation and/or cross-sector collaboration

This springs cohort will have opportunities available in the City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, Oakland, San Jose, Inland Empire and Washington DC.