Over the past year, we've seen time and time again how important it is to fight for what we believe in: Protecting DREAMers. Ending gerrymandering. Making progress on climate change. Building an economy that works for the middle class.
But these movements don't start in Washington, D.C.
They start in cities, towns, and neighborhoods just like yours. They start when people like you identify a problem, develop a strategy, and become the leaders their communities need to make a real difference.
That's how real, lasting change happens -- and it's how we'll build a more accessible, participatory democracy.
To keep up the fight for progress in 2018, we need more leaders like you. Take the first step -- right now -- by telling us you're interested in the 2018 OFA Spring Fellowship program.
The OFA Spring Fellowship is a six-week program that will train you to become a confident, effective organizer.
You'll learn how to have persuasive conversations with friends, family, neighbors, and yes, strangers, about issues that matter to you. And you'll learn how to turn these conversations into action -- into organizing that makes an impact in your community, as you lead a project from beginning to end.
OFA Fellows come from all ages, backgrounds, and experience levels. But they all have one thing in common: a desire to make their communities better.
If you're interested in the 2018 Spring Fellowship, let us know today -- and we'll make sure you have the first chance to apply on February 8:
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