Apply for the Sierra Student Coalition's 2020 Climate Justice League fellowship!

The Climate Justice League is a 10-week organizing fellowship for high school and college-aged young people who are ready to make a difference! Through this program, students learn key organizing and leadership skills, meet other youth activists from around the country, and take action for climate and social justice.

The past year has seen unprecedented action and leadership from young people around the country. It's going to take ALL of us to fight the climate crisis and win the future our generation needs. We believe that all change starts in our communities -- so we encourage you to apply with 2 or more friends so you can do the program together. 

The final deadline to apply is Friday, January 24.

As an Organizing Fellow you will learn about:

  • Climate change and environmental pollution, the science and impacts on our communities.
  • What it means to be an organizer in your community-- taking action with friends and family to change your school, campus, or city.
  • Concrete skills like planning an action, recruiting for events, digital strategy, and speaking to the press
  • How to stay hopeful when so much feels stacked against us.

By the end of the 10-week program, you will have:

  • Attended weekly webinar trainings to learn key organizing skills.
  • Developed leadership by taking action on climate and environmental justice in your campus or community.
  • Cultivated relationships with other Organizing Fellows across the United States and in Puerto Rico.
  • Received support and training from experienced organizers on how to effectively fight for climate justice in your community.
  • Organized an action with friends and peers.

Please only complete this form if you are able to commit to a 10-week fellowship. This includes 6 weeks of virtual classroom (via webinar trainings), and 4 weeks of action planning. The fellowship will begin in mid February.

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