Interest form for Sprog -- the Sierra Student Coalition's summer leadership training program!

Sprog is a one-week program that teaches tools for environmental and social justice activism to young people across the country. Whether you’re already involved in a campaign or group or you’re just starting to explore ways to make change in the world, Sprog gives you the knowledge and skills to make an impact.

Fill out this interest form and we'll follow up to send you more details. Or if you're ready, fill out the full application here (please allow 10-15 minutes).

Trainings at Sprog provide a comprehensive set of skills and knowledge, including campaign planning, crafting tactics, leadership development, building coalitions, working with communities, practicing self-care, identifying and confronting oppression, creating outreach and media materials, talking to reporters, and much more. It will connect you with a supportive network of youth activists in your region who fight similar battles and share similar passions. Participants have described it as one of the most inspiring and fulfilling weeks of their life!

Sprog is being held in four locations in 2019: 
Midwest Sprog: June 30th - July 6th at Camp Lockslea (Fridley, Minnesota)
Puerto Rico Sprog: June 29th - July 6th at the Campamento Obispo Fred P. Corson (Jayuya, Puerto Rico) **Program run in Spanish, intended for people who live in or are from Puerto Rico**
South Sprog: July 16th - 23rd at the Highlander Center (New Market, Tennessee)
West Sprog: July 12th - July 19th at Point Bonita YMCA (Sausalito, CA)

We encourage participants to apply to the Sprog that is closest to the geographic regions they identify with. If that region doesn't work for your schedule, you may apply for a different one but please make a note of that in your application.

Check out more information on our website.

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