Posted on April 11, 2018
Become a Community Organizing Apprentice!
CNL’s 10-month paid apprenticeship program for new organizers helps individuals gain the skills to become agents of change in their communities. Organizing Apprentices receive a stipend to work nearly full-time in a neighborhood-based host organization and receive high-quality, weekly training and support services. Apprentices are paid a total of $17,000 for their ten months of service and receive health care, child care, interest-free student loan deferments, and up to $5,750 in an education award to pay back student loans or pay for future education.
Applications Due: Friday, April 13th
- If you are interested in applying to be an Organizing Apprentice, you must complete the application by March 30, 2018.
- After reviewing applications, strong applicants will be invited to attend an interview.
- Following the interview, selected candidates will be matched with a Host organization via the CNL Matching Fair.
- Apprentice finalists invited to the CNL Matching Fair will meet the Host Site finalists. Hosts and Apprentice candidates will have time following the fair for more in-depth interviews, reference checks and will then communicate preferences to CNL staff. Participation in the CNL program is contingent upon making a successful match with a CNL host site.