Sadie Collective Fellowship Program
Past wisdom tells us that "if you want to go fast, go alone; if you want to go far, go together."
Our Fellowship Program is a part-time paid opportunity to work towards the Collective's mission of addressing the pipeline problem for Black women while gaining opportunities to network with Fortune 500 companies, establish thought leadership in your desired field with publications, and build leadership skills for your next step. Come see how this sisterhood is going far, together.
What you can expect from us
$10,000 stipend disbursed for Fellowship commitment for a year (More than what on campus jobs offer!)
Key deliverables to build out your portfolio and body of work aligned to your interest and create tangible outcomes for the Collective
Unlimited PTO available after the first three months - we are a product based culture. At the Sadie Collective, we believe work is a product not a time or a place
Work from anywhere, most of our work takes place remotely
Camaraderie with women in economics and related fields prioritizing scholarship, ambition, community and excellence
Access to a professional development fund to support your career goals
Our Fellows build community with one another while also doing so for Black women in our community. Ways we nourish their community with each other are through:
The Sadie Collective team of staff and fellows meet monthly to inform the trajectory of the Sadie Collective. We’re a collaborative community that acknowledges the value-add of each and every team member, as our secret sauce is that as a Black woman-led organization, many who are economics and related fields we know the needs of our members.
Sadie Bonding Time
All our fellows are incredibly skilled and exceptional. During our monthly Sadie bonding time, they are free to talk about a variety of topics, share resources they think will be of use to team members or even show us how to make cool things like candles. Nothing is too “crazy” or “off limits!”
Lunch & Learn
Lunch & Learns also take place monthly and their purpose is to motivate and develop team members while creating a workplace of communication, collaboration, and learning.
Build Thought Leadership
Fellows write exciting Op-Eds such as here and here. Want to build your area of expertise by making your voice known to the media? Our Fellowship enables that thanks to partnerships with BuiltIn and Hamilton Place Strategies. Our fellows have collaborated on pieces before such as Olusayo Adeleye and Funke Aderonmu did here on Black Data Scientists, which was picked up by MIT.