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Jessica Fedin '17

Jessica Fedin '17
Hillel Intern, Webmaster

Major: Geography

Hometown: Brooklyn, NY

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DPCS Post Graduate Program Positions

2015-2016 Fellow Positions Posted in December 2014/January 2015

We expect to begin posting positions on a rolling basis in December 2014. The full list of positions will be available here on Tuesday, January 13. Full job descriptions can be found on DartBoard (search "DPCS"). Be sure to submit your materials through DartBoard to apply.

*Example* positions from 2014-2015

  • Post Bachelors Associate, JGCRI -- JGCRI is a world leader in integrated assessment (IA) research which combines natural sciences research on climate change and its associated impacts, scientific and engineering research on technological solutions, and social science research on mitigation and adaptation strategies. The Post Bachelors Associate will assist in the development and use of JGCRI's integrated assessment (IA) modeling tools, as well as contribute to research in agriculture and land-use modeling, energy system modeling, energy technology analysis, water supply and demand, international and national climate and energy policy analysis, bioenergy and biofuels policy, or the impacts of climate change on energy, agriculture and the economy. 
  • Alumni Relations Fellow at A Better Chance, NYC -- A Better Chance aims to increase the number of well-educated young people of color who are capable of assuming positions of responsibility and leadership in American society. For two generations, A Better Chance placed talented young people of color into the nation's leadership pipeline through increased access to academically rigorous independent and public schools. The Alumni Relations Fellow will help connect A Better Chance participants with the group's vast alumni network.
  • Program Assistant at Montefiore Medical Center, NYC -- Montefiore Medical Center, the university hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine, is the leading healthcare provider for the 1.5 million residents of the Bronx, one of the most ethnically diverse and underserved communities in the nation. The Program Assistant assists in the coordination, implementation and performance of community health related activities/workshops. S/he supports the programs of Community & Population health and serves as a link and as a source of information for the community on Montefiore services.
  • Community Build Manager at KaBOOM!, DC -- KaBOOM! is a national non-profit that empowers communities to build playgrounds. KaBOOM! passionately believe that play has purpose, and that unstructured play in particular helps make children happier, fitter, smarter, more socially adept and creative. The Community Build Manager will assist in the coordination and execution of KaBOOM! community-built playground projects. S/he will also coach the community partner and funding partner through project planning and provide the planning teams with specific resources and tools to achieve positive changes within their communities.
  • Middle School Teacher: East Harlem School, NYC -- Serving as a middle school teacher at East Harlem School at Exodus House, the Fellow will teach full-time (based on the needs of the school for 2012-2013 and background of candidate) and may spend a portion of each day coaching a sport and/or helping with various coverage duties. The Fellow may also take on the responsibility of leading one club relating to the interests of the students and the teacher that year. The Fellow will be responsible for creating and implementing daily lesson plans as well as weekly assessments and will work closely with students during Study Hall periods and collaborate with colleagues.
  • Foster Care Caseworker: Children's Aid Society, NYC -- Since 1953, The Children's Aid Society (CAS) has provided innovative programs to New York City's most vulnerable youth. The Fellow will carry a caseload and engage families on monthly home visits, as well as attending court hearings and assist families in reaching a variety of services. The caseworker will have collaborative work with the Administration for Children's Services, and will help reach and provide support directly to their assigned families.
  • Special Projects Coordinator: Uncommon Schools, NYC -- The Fellow plays a central role in ensuring an orderly, responsive, and open school and supports Uncommon School's leadership teams on several school-wide projects regarding assessment, accountability, instruction, community relations, and operations. The Fellow will have a variety of duties: collecting data; managing presentations to board members, staff and community members; submitting grants to engaging families; and substitute teaching. In addition to maintaining the school's administrative systems and routines, the Fellow functions as the primary contact person for all of the school's constituents.
  • Community Health Services Fellow: Harlem Children's Zone, NYC -- Harlem Children's Zone (HCZ) is a multi-site, multi-program community organization that provides a unique and comprehensive network of education, social and health services, and recreation to more than 21,000 children and adults in Central Harlem. The Fellow will directly support HCZ's Healthy Harlem program, focused on obesity prevention, treatment and medical monitoring for program youth, their families and the wider Harlem community. The Fellow will work to assess and evaluate healthy eating/active living curriculum, develop and facilitate workshops that encourage healthy behaviors, and engage the community at-large in support of the Healthy Harlem program. 
  • Paralegal: NYC District Attorney's Office -- The Fellow will assist Assistant District Attorneys in all aspects of investigations, trials and appellate litigation. As a paralegal, the Fellow will compile and analyze case documents for hearings and trials; coordinate case schedules with courts, law enforcement officials, witnesses and defense attorneys. The Fellow also drafts correspondence and legal documents for Assistant District Attorneys; proofreads and cites check; and prepares court calendars. In addition to the above, the Fellow assigned to the Appeals Bureau is responsible for writing at least one Excessive Sentence Brief a term.

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