Deadline: October 7th, 2018
The NC HEAT Young Organizers Training Fellowship is committed to long term investment in the leadership development of youth in order to build a society of equity which affirms youth empowerment.
The Young Organizers training fellowship is a mentorship program that emerged from Hero Emerging Amongst Teens (HEAT) which was founded in 2010. NC HEAT was a youth-led organization which utilized peer education and organizing campaigns to advocate for organize towards youth liberation. We welcome all Youth Organizing Institute Freedom School Graduates to apply to a new opportunity!
Deadline: October 1st, 2018
The curriculum is broken into six units and the fellows will spend about two months on each unit. The last session will entail reflection and cultivating their new knowledge into a framework to continue their organizing and activist goals after the fellowship has ended. For the first six sessions, the curriculum is split between enrichment and self-study. That is, each session focuses on a specific organizing method paired with a theme revolving around self-evaluation to work on being the best forms of ourselves we can be. The fellows will participate in two or three engagements that compliment the topic of each session (readings, movies, trainings, art etc.)
This is a paid fellowship and each fellow will receive $1,000.
Commitments & Expectations
- Participate in approximately 200 hours of leadership development (in-person meetings 2x/month)
- Attend 2 mandatory enrichment retreats (beginning and end of fellowship retreat)
- A deep commitment to the completion of this fellowship