United Way Fellows

United Way Fellows Program

Fellows complete a five month-long program which includes an overview of the region's service needs in the areas of Education, Financial Stability, Health, and Basic Needs. Throughout the program, participants will also opportunity to develop their leadership and professional skills by applying their talents to support United Way's mission of helping individuals and families reach their fullest potential. 

Fellows will meet once a month for lunch, a breif focus area overview, and agency tour while working towards a customized approach to engage participants in United Way’s work. Over the course of the program, a time commitment of 6-8 hours can be expected, while some Fellows may choose to get more involved by working with United Way staff, volunteers, and employee campaign managers to engage new businesses in United Way's work and support existing workplace campaigns.

For more information, contact Cole Whobrey with United Way at 270-737-6608 or at cwhobrey@unitedwayck.org.

2018 Schedule & More Information

  • April 18th, 11:30am to 1:00pm: Education, Tour and Meeting at North Park Elementary School
  • May 16th, 11:30am to 1:00pm: Health, Tour and Meeting at Silverleaf Sexual Trauma
  • June 20th, 11:30am to 1:00pm: Basic Needs, Tour and Meeting at Springhaven Domestic Violence Program
  • July 18th, 11:30am to 1:00pm: Financial Stability, Tour and Meeting at Helping Hand of Hope
  • August (Date and location TBD): Graduation Reception