How do we do carry out our mission? Since AFW is a free-for-service* 501(c)(3) human resources consulting firm, we are supported by the generous donations from individuals, trusts, foundations, small businesses and large corporations who believe in equality, equal opportunity, and a stronger economy.
*As opposed to a fee-for-service business model.
Bring economic justice to people who would otherwise be in unpaid internships.
Tax-deductible charitable contributions accepted from residents and organizations in AK, DC, MD, NE, NM, OH, TX or VA.
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Associate Director of College Partner Relations I'm First
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Project Manager DC School Reform Now
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Vice President of Marketing United States Healthful Food Council
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Jessica Church Summer 2012 Fellow
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Santiago Garces Spring 2013 Fellow
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Kalina Leiling Summer 2013 Fellow
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