GIRL POWER! HERE’S WHY YOU SHOULD APPLY FOR THE 1DF STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD

YOU GO GIRL!

We want YOU as part of our 2018/2019 Student Advisory Board — and here’s why you should apply.

The 1,000 Dreams Fund’s overall mission is to positively impact the lives of young women here in the U.S. – and the 1DF Student Advisory Board (SAB) helps make that happen with a group of rising leaders who dream BIG.

The SAB provides a platform to meet girls who share the same passions and purpose, make new connections, meet mentors, and find scholarship opportunities — plus, it helps others do the same!

For the 2018/2019 year, we’re so excited to increase our number of board members from 30 to 50. Why, you ask? We would LOVE to have representation from each of the 50 states (or, as many as possible!).

But, we can’t do that without you! And, you still have time to apply. The deadline for recruitment is Sept. 4.

There are so many benefits to joining our SAB network of girls changing the world. But, don’t just take it from us, here’s what some of our 2017/2018 SAB members had to say.

“It’s a great environment full of inspiring girls each unique in their talents and aspirations, but equal at heart.”

-Crystal Wang

 

“I love getting to encourage and help girls of all ages reach their goals and dreams, while working with other girls our age who want to do the same thing.”

-Gabrielle Gammon

 

“I love working with 1DF because it provides the ability to empower young women by fostering their financial access to educational and career opportunities.”

-Sruti Bandlamuri

 

“Encouraging and helping girls of all ages reach their goals and dreams is so rewarding.”

-Claire Gammon

 

“Just do it!”

-Andrea Duarte

 

 

JUST DO IT! Enough said!

The application process is easy, too.

Just send your resume and a short cover letter explaining why you are the perfect fit for the program to [email protected] with subject line: Student Advisory Board – YOUR NAME.

We look forward to hearing from you! Remember, the application deadline is Sept. 4.