Pure Water Access Project is dedicated to sustainability, and that means fostering the leaders of the future. Our fellowship program is designed to give college students first-hand experience in non-profit management. Employing research, fundraising, and management techniques, college fellows 'learn-by-doing' while helping to develop a world-class non-profit organization. In addition to learning on the job, fellows are taught nonprofit management skills in a small group setting using a variety of tools; learning from case studies to textbooks and everything in between.
Our organization thrives due to the innovation and creativity of the young minds of our fellows. While still undergraduates, there is no limit to what they can achieve as proven by our numerous successful projects. Our organization is broken into small teams by project and these teams create, discover and accomplish. Our fellows come from many disciplines, majors and backgrounds, adding to the diversity of our ideas. From gala planning to traveling to rural villages in El Salvador implementing water filters, fellows receive a unique taste of the reality of the non-profit world.
Please check back in January 2018 to apply to be Fellow during the next application cycle!