Meet the 2015 All-Stars

Twenty five young leaders served a year-long internship with FosterClub, including an eight week in-residence experience at FosterClub headquarters.

Members of Our Team

Group Photos

Member Blogs

Finding Home

By Rosalina Burton — Jul 27, 2015

I entered foster care for the first time at the age of three due to my mother's decision to go to rehab and my father's inability to manage his addiction and seven kids while she was away. This would be the first of many times entering care. These... Read more

Camp to Belong

By arokeson — Jul 6, 2015

When most people see my sisters they see a reflection of me. Both of my sisters have the same skinny arms, nerd glasses, and pale skin that I have. But more importantly, my two younger sisters reflect my personality. They both love to learn, are... Read more


Marriage Eauality

By Laticia — Jul 6, 2015

This weeks topic; Statistics show us that LGBTQ youth are over represented in foster care. With the SCOTUS ruling of marriage equality, in your opinion what impact could or should this have on the foster care industry? I think that this ruling of... Read more



By ezekiel adekolu — Jun 30, 2015

The All-Star experience has been one long and interesting journey. I've learned so much about my personal self, my mental self, and my emotional self. And I also have learned a lot about my fellow All-Stars, we all come with our own baggage and our... Read more

Let It Go

By Laticia — Jun 29, 2015

In one week I will be able to let the little things go... Growing up I never had this option. I always felt like I was the head of the household. I took a big part in making sure all my siblings woke up on time, brushed their teeth, ate their... Read more

If you would like to engage one of the 2016 FosterClub All-Star insterns, please contact FosterClub at 503-717-1552.

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Thanks to Our Sponsors

  • Allegheny County Department of Human Services, Pennsylvania

  • Arizona Department of Child Safety

  • Discovery Land Company Foundation

  • Foundation for California Community Colleges

  • Hennepin County, Minnesota

  • Idaho Department of Health and Welfare

  • Iowa Department of Human Services

  • Nevada Division of Children and Family Services

  • New York Office of Children and Families

  • Minnesota Department of Human Services

  • Michigan Department of Human Services

  • Missouri Department of Human Services

  • Oregon Department of Human Services

  • Student Assistance Foundation, Montana

  • Texas Department of Family and Protective Services

  • Vermont Department for Children and Families

  • Washington State Department of Social and Health Services