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The National Council of College Leaders (NCCL) works to increase awareness of Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis through youth-focused advocacy and fundraising. Youth leaders become advocates for patients through local and national campaigns. Council members also identify new fundraising opportunities on their campus and are responsible for meeting a minimum fundraising goal each year, while supporting and increasing support for existing programs. NCCL members will develop leadership skills and prepare for even larger roles as advocates for people with Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis.
Unify youth leaders invested in enhancing and strengthening our mission—to cure Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, and improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases.
CCFA is seeking exceptional and highly-motivated student leaders who are in their freshman or sophomore of college. What makes a great National Council of College Leaders member?
Ideal candidates display leadership ability and take part in extracurricular activities and community service while showing dedication to the Crohn's and colitis community. Fundraising experience is preferred.
There will three onsite meetings/trainings each year. All travel and hotel costs will be covered as part of being a National Council of College Leader member. Meetings will vary in length and location. Monthly conference calls will take place between onsite meetings.
One year or more. At the end of the year, each council member will meet with our staff to evaluate participation and goals. A joint decision will be made for that member to either rotate off the group or continue on for a two-year commitment.
Through an application and interview process. Please e-mail the application to email@example.com, or mail the application to:
Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America
386 Park Ave S, 17th Floor
New York, NY 10016
Applications will be reviewed and evaluated by the judging committee. Criteria will include leadership ability, extracurricular and community service, recommendations, and application essay. Applications that are missing sections will not be considered by the judging committee.
Selected council members will be contacted by mid November and will be invited to the winter retreat in early January.