Paid Summer Organizing Fellowship with Dolores Huerta Foundation (apply by May 10)

Posted On 2 May, 2019

Attention Social Justice Warriors!
Join the Dolores Huerta Foundation team!

Do you want to make a difference in these troubled times?

Do you want to learn how to inspire others to join the fight to
improve conditions in the Central Valley?

If yes, consider applying for the Dolores Huerta Foundation
Organizing Summer Program June 3rd through September 27th 2019.

Organizing Fellows receive hands on training from labor leader, and
community organizing pioneer, Dolores Huerta and DHF Staff. They will learn
how to conduct grassroots house meeting campaigns to establish *Vecinos
Unidos* (Neighbors United) chapters and volunteer committees to promote
civic engagement and participation in the upcoming U.S. Census in the
counties of *Kern*,* Tulare*, *Fresno*, and the* High Desert in LA County*.

Fellows commit to working 40 hours a week for $17/hour, medical benefits
included. See complete job description here: (

To apply, submit a cover letter explaining your passion for
community organizing, your resume and three references to Moises Hernandez Include “Organizing Fellow Application” in
subject of the e-mail.

DHF will conduct Interviews the week of May 20. Fellows will be selected by
May 27.

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