Dream Fellowship FAQs
Frequently asked questions about the Dream Fellowship can be found below. For more general information and to apply click here!
Who is this program for?
The Dream Fellowship is for anyone older than 18 and based in the United States who wants to get serious about a life making change, particularly folks who may have lost some hope that real change is achievable and that they can be part of it. While this is designed for beginners, we are seeking candidates who can demonstrate their commitment and interest in joining or leading efforts to better their communities.
Does this cost money?
No, this is completely free! Please note that this is an unpaid opportunity, but that you will learn invaluable lessons and skills.
When is the application deadline?
Friday, June 30th at 11:59 PST.
How will I be notified about the status of my application?
Notifications are sent primarily via the email you submitted in your application. Every applicant will receive a notice about their application. If you are not contacted within 2 weeks of your application, the email you submitted included an error.
What is the application process?
Applicants will go through an initial screening followed by a formal interview with Dream.Org staff involved in this program. Not everyone who makes it to the interview round will be selected.
What are my responsibilities if I am chosen as a fellow?
All fellows must attend all training sessions. Every fellow will be required to plan a project or campaign to improve the conditions of their community under the mentorship of Dream.Org staff.

What is the time commitment?
Including coursework and one to two 60-120 minute online sessions, the weekly time commitment will be 2-5 hours.
What is the timeframe of the fellowship?
Now—June 30th: Applications open
Week of July 10th: Acceptance letter sent
August 10th: Orientation
Meet your peers and Dream.Org staff!
August 22nd—November 7th: 15x sessions + 1 week off
Each training will last between 1-2 hours, once or twice per week.
November 21st: Graduation
Celebrate the work you’ve put in!
Maintain mentorship with Dream.Org staff and continue building relationships with your peer fellows.
If I have any additional questions, how can I contact you?
Join our online community in Slack and DM Harrison Ribeiro! Slack is an easy-to-use communications tool that we use at Dream.Org to stay in touch with our members.
The future starts with a dream.
The future starts with us.
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