About 9to5: For nearly five decades, 9to5 has been advancing economic justice for women, grounding our work through a racial and gender justice lens. As a grassroots, membership-based organization, our members are affected by the issues we work on every day: low-wage jobs, the erosion of a social safety net, the lack of paid sick time and paid family leave, unemployment, and workplace discrimination. Our programs include grassroots organizing, leadership development and training, nonpartisan civic engagement and policy change campaigns. For more information, see our website at www.9to5.org.
The Savannah Community Justice Fellowship Program is an eight (8) week virtual training program designed for individuals that are interested in learning more about civic engagement principles. This program is designed for those interested in becoming licensed child care providers or just generally in working to increase access to affordable child care in the state. The program begins on Monday, April 5, 2021. There is a commitment of ten hours per week.
Program Details: April 5 start date | 10 hours a week | Stipend Program | 8 week long program
Please complete all items in the application form. Complete applications must be submitted no later than 11:59 PM Eastern time Wednesday, March 31, 2021. All application components must be received by this deadline for the applicant to be considered.
Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.