9to5 is a non-profit, non-partisan organization empowering women and families to get involved on key issues impacting them most here in Georgia. We do our work through grassroots organizing, people centered advocacy, and leadership development.
Community Justice Fellowship Program:
The Community Justice Fellowship provides a 12 week, stipend-supported, on-the-job organizer training program for directly-affected women leaders. Our CJFP trains active, grassroots members to build our base through outreach and recruitment; to engage in grassroots organizing; to develop and execute campaign strategies; to develop effective messaging and gain media skills for issue campaigns, and to engage in policy-level advocacy to advance economic justice for women.
The Utilities Justice Fellowship Program is a fellowship designed for women in Albany and Southwest Georgia with high utility bills to educate, train, and organize for economic justice. The program is designed, break down the utilities and housing crisis, develop leadership and organizing skills, and introduce fellows to local politics.
Please, send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org in the Subject Line: Your Name Resume.
Deadline to Submit Application: Monday, May 30th by 11:59pm.
All application components must be received by this deadline for the applicant to be considered. Please direct any questions or concerns via email to Nikki Owens, at email@example.com.