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This one-of-a-kind social justice initiative for college-aged students teaches community organizing through a Jewish lens and provides hands-on experience working on local issues. Fellows learn the building blocks of organizing for social change, and take action alongside local leaders on Chicago-specific racial and economic justice issues. The program runs from October 2018-May 2019, with a time commitment of 15 hours/month. Fellows build a radical and resilient Jewish social justice community with students from across Chicago, and receive a stipend for their participation. More details and application can be found on our webpage.
Requirements: College-aged, Chicagoland area student, does not need to be enrolled full time at a four-year institution; passion for combating systemic inequality; interest in learning community organizing through a Jewish lens
Deadline: Applications accepted until May 1st, 2018