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

Repetition is How I Learn

By JacobC — Jun 12, 2015

“I see now the circumstances of one’s birth are irrelevant. It is what you do with the gift of life that determines who you are.” -Mewtwo For a majority of my life I have been in situations where I felt so lonely, where I felt so misunderstood,... Read more

Being Proud to be in Foster Care

By arokeson — Jun 12, 2015

I was in fourth grade when I started to realize that my family wasn’t normal. In school one day, we had a presentation about abuse. A nice lady came and talked to our class about the warning signs of abuse and what you should do if you feel unsafe... Read more

One Thing FosterClub Has Taught Me

By Laticia — Jun 8, 2015

I have been involved in advocating for myself and other foster kids for four years now. Because of this I looked at myself as a pro when it came to public speaking, I mean I could stand up and tell my whole life story to anyone who cares to listen... 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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  • 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