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At the core of Allowance for Good is the Emerging Leaders in Philanthropy program. Youth who participate in this student seminar series are introduced to themes in global development, philanthropy, and civic action. The program culminates with a Certificate in Global Philanthropic Leadership and equips students with the skills to lead change-based projects in their communities.
We work side-by-side with and empower youth leaders to develop and execute a self-contained or small group project that synthesizes personal interests with concepts of philanthropy and global development. Youth leaders mobilize projects in their communities to raise awareness for, give their time to, and invite contributions for their AfG Global Affiliate of choice. Youth efforts contribute to one or more of five key project areas: Access to Water, Health & Hygiene, Classroom Materials, Bricks & Mortar, and Funds for Fun. Join us this spring to expand your knowledge about global philanthropic leadership. Youth ages 13-18 welcome!
Location: Center for Civic Engagement, Northwestern University, 1813 Hinman Avenue, Evanston, IL 60208-4175
For our upcoming sessions, please sign up no later than this form.by completing
Fee is $125 per person for the full course. Need-based scholarships available via inquiry only.
We welcome inquiries from local foundations, community centers, schools, and religious centers regarding customizable programming. Please contact us for more information.
The Center for Civic Engagement offers a range of programs that promote civic participation and engaged learning throughout the Northwestern community. Programs are often run in collaboration with other schools, departments and offices, serving a variety of different populations across campus. Click the icons below to learn more about each program.