Apply for Our Fall 2014 Organizing and Research in Action Fellowships
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Are you a Georgetown sophomore, junior, or senior interested in learning new skills, deepening your commitment to justice, and serving as an advocate for working people? You’re in luck, because the Kalmanovitz Initiative is now accepting applications for our paid fall fellowship programs!
The KI Organizing Fellowship provides an opportunity for students to observe the impact of community and labor organizing, support and contribute to ongoing worker justice campaigns and projects, and develop their own organizing skills. Through firsthand involvement in local campaigns, students will develop their own view of the challenges facing workers in the modern economy and the role of worker justice in a larger social justice context. Read more about the Organizing Fellowship and access the application.
Research in Action Fellowship
Our Research in Action Fellowship is new this fall and provides students with the opportunity to develop their research skills by working with top organizations advocating for working people. The fellowship will provide students with the opportunity to learn from leaders in the world of workers’ rights, support and contribute to ongoing campaigns and research projects, and develop their own research skills throughout the course of the fellowship. Read more about the Research in Action Fellowship and access the application.
The fellowships are only open to Georgetown students, and all fellows will be paid for their work. Applications for both fellowships are due by 11:59 PM on Monday, September 15 to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com with any questions.