JCUA Organizing Fellowship Applications Due

September 15, 2017 all-day
Hannah Arwe, Manager of Youth Programs

Applications are due next Friday, September 15th for the JCUA Organizing Fellowship – an 8 month program for college-aged students in the Chicagoland area that builds organizing skills, radical Jewish social justice community, and people power in local Chicago issue campaigns.

Looking for more details about what being a JCUA Organizing Fellow is all about? Here is an example of what the last month would have looked like if you were in the Fellowship right now:

Thursday, August 17
6:30-8 pm 
Workshop: Organizing Illuminated – History of Jews in radical movements.

Wednesday, August 23
3-4 pm 
1:1 Relational Meeting with co-fellow – Get to know them better and how they are connecting the Organizing Fellowship to their Education Major.

Tuesday, August 29
6-8 pm 
Action: Participate in GAPA (Grassroots Alliance for Police Accountability) community conversation to discuss oversight board for Chicago Police Department. Arrive 30 minutes early to prep for role – helping lead pump up chants to conclude the meeting.

Tuesday, September 5
5:30-6:30 pm 
Action: Attend press conference to protest the repeal of DACA. Meet up with two fellows to make signs. Bring a friend! Wear your JCUA t shirt.

6:30-7:30 pm: 1:1 Relational Meeting with co-fellow – Start to discuss how you could plan a high holiday event around social justice with students on your campus.

Thursday, September 7
6:30-8 pm
: Workshop: Winnable Campaigns – How to develop a strategic plan around a concrete goal.

APPLY HERE: https://jcua.org/organizingfellowship-apply/