Meet the 2016 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

Passing the Baton

By Cody Rivera — Aug 1, 2016

So far, my three and a half-week experience as a FosterClub All-Star has been one of the most fulfilling and impactful moments in my life to youth in foster care. Specifically, my time spent with the other All Stars in the office and at our duplex... Read more

One for the Books

By Tubaman05 — Jul 31, 2016

My All-Star experience has been a little different than I thought it would be which I think (overall) has been for the betterment of myself. See, I live alone, prefer to do homework alone, and even go to the movies alone. My spontaneous Friday night... Read more

Her Life in a Snap Shot

By Brittney Barros — Jul 31, 2016

Brittney Barros, after living with neglect, entered her first time in care at the age of 11. After struggling for a long time, her mom finally regained custody of Brittney and her siblings. Watching her mom beat drug addiction and getting a stable... Read more

An Internship to Remember

By Brittney Barros — Jul 31, 2016

Living with 12 other people between the ages of 18-24 who are all from a different state who have also experienced foster care can be very very very interesting. Being an All Star means you have to live with your coworkers in a three bedroom house... Read more

Experience in Progress

By lilrocker392 — Jul 30, 2016

It’s been 3 weeks into the All-Star experience and it has been passing by really quick! The experience has been challenging and intense for me personally. I am an observant introvert. I am not the best at public speaking but trying to push myself as... 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

  • Idaho Department of Health and Welfare

  • Nevada Division of Children and Family Services

  • New York Office of Children and Families

  • 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

  • Franklin County Children's Services, Ohio