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ACLU: The Pauli Murray Fellowship Deadline
Date and Time
Friday, January 14, 2022
Part of the ACLU’s broader Systemic Equality Campaign, the Pauli Murray Fellowship is one avenue through which the ACLU is committing to addressing the legacy of systemic racism and inequality in America by investing in and cultivating leadership pathways for recent college graduates.
Launching in fall 2022, the program will sponsor a cohort of three fellows from Black and other historically underrepresented communities as full-time employees of the ACLU for 18-months.
The Pauli Murray Fellowship, founded in honor of activist, legal theorist, author, Episcopal priest, and former ACLU board member the Reverend Dr. Pauli Murray, is a program to identify Black and other historically underrepresented recent college graduates embarking on their first post-graduate endeavors and provide them with meaningful exposure, access, and training to equip them in expanding and deepening their leadership skills.
Fellows will work with cross-functional ACLU teams charged with overseeing significant internal initiatives, projects, and priorities – potentially but not limited to the development, communications, and affiliate support departments. Fellows will be matched to and work on a team based on experience and interests. By joining the ACLU, Fellows will work with experienced colleagues, engage in meaningful work, and strengthen and deepen the skills and networks they need to launch their careers.
All applications are due on Friday, January 14, 2022 by 11:59pm EST
For more information, please visit: http://www.aclu.org/news/topic/the-pauli-murray-fellowship-investing-in-the-next-generation-of-leaders?redirect=paulimurray
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