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Michigan Economic Justice Fellowship
This intensive training is designed for low-wage/minimum-wage earners who are interested in making an impact in their community by helping workers earn more respect and compensation at work. This Fellowship provides the opportunity to gain valuable community organizing skills that can help you gain meaningful and higher-paying employment. Through 12 days of training over the course of 8 months, participants learn how to be leaders in Michigan’s economic justice movement.  Participants will:

  • Develop a broader understanding of the political landscape in Michigan, including who holds power in their community and how to influence them.
  • Deepen their awareness and improving their ability to collaborate across issues and communities.
  • Strengthen core leadership skills to engage more fully in organizing, advocacy, and issue campaigns.
  • Learn how to operate in an anti-racist/anti-oppression way.
  • Identify long-term leadership goals and developing a clear plan to increase their political involvement.
  • Feel empowered and equipped to take on greater leadership roles in their community.
  • Build relationships with economic justice leaders and activists across the state.
  • Play a crucial role in promoting economic justice in Michigan.

Expectations EJAM will:

  • Provide participants with a $1,000 stipend (over 8 months) to participate in this FREE training.
  • Provide childcare, if needed.
  • Provide organizing training, inside and outside of the fellowship; Along with additional leadership development opportunities outside of the fellowship.
  • Provide participants with networking opportunities.

Participants must:

  • Fully participate in the trainings.
  • Adhering to the attendance policy of missing only 2 (two) days of the entire eight (8) month fellowship.
  • Complete 40-hour field practicum, outside of training time.
  • Have at least half of the practicum hours completed By April 17, 2016.
  • Work with their Partner Organizer to help build membership and organizational capacity.
  • Come prepared to learn, interact, be challenged and grow!

EJAM offers this Fellowship once a year.  The application for the 2017 Fellowship is currently closed. If you have any questions or are interested in applying for the 2018 Michigan Economic Justice Fellowship, please contact

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