What is the Women’s Fellowship?
The Women’s Fellowship is designed to hone the organizing skills of formerly incarcerated women of color, or those otherwise directly impacted by incarceration and criminal justice system.
For the inaugural pilot, our national partners at Community Change will select 10 participants.
Over the course of the 12-month program, Fellows are required to participate in:
Monthly peer coaching calls (virtual)
Bi-Monthly Fellow calls (virtual)
Three (3) national meetings in February, October and December 2019 (in-person)
Monthly written reflections on progress
Who is eligible?
Ideal applicants identify as women of color and have experience organizing (potentially as part of a local organization) and/or are recognized as leaders within their communities.
Fellowship Timeline & Important Dates
Fellows will be selected by the end of January 2019
The first Fellows Gathering will be the last week of March 2019 in Atlanta, GA
The Inaugural Fellowship Completion Celebration will be in January 2020 (location TBA)
2020 application for Fellows will launch in December 2019
How to apply & Deadline
Gather at least two (2) letters of support from your organization, members of your community, references, etc. about your organizing work and leadership.
If you don’t use Google Drive already, register your primary email address in order to access the application materials.
Complete the by January 25, 2019.
Please contact Seft Hunter (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information on how to apply.