June 1, 2022

Become A GO! Fellow!

By: AF Editors

Are YOU the leader we’ve been waiting for?

Take your values and passion for the issues you care about and turn them into reality by organizing for the change your communities need. In our new GO! Fellowship, you’ll learn the activism and organizing skills you need to advocate for real solutions and change. After all, no one knows how to better improve your community than you! Accepted Fellows can expect to leave this change-making program with the skills, relationships, and strategic plans needed to launch their own organizing project and start making a difference in their city or town.

Who: US residents between the ages of 21-39

What: America’s Future Inaugural GO! Fellowship

When: July 20 – October 12

Where: Wednesdays from 7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. EST on Zoom

Cost: Free!

As a GO! Fellow, You Will:

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✔️ Gain the confidence, skills, and knowledge needed to enact meaningful change in your community or city as a grassroots organizer and leader

✔️ Collaborate with a peer group that cares about improving people’s lives and enacting change

✔️ Attend 12 weeks of training and mentorship with experts on organizing skills and knowledge like recruitment, theory of change, event planning, volunteer management, marketing, leadership, strategy, and more

✔️ Create a meaningful organizing project that’s locally based to improve your city or community

✔️ Top GO! Fellows projects are eligible for additional training and support

Apply now!

Meet The GO! Fellows ManagerGO! Fellowship 1

Kaleigh Cunningham graduated from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania in 2017 with degrees in Political Science and Environmental Geography. While in school, Kaleigh became a leader on her campus by founding a Young Americans for Liberty chapter. Throughout college and in the years to follow she traveled the country working on everything from local issues to presidential campaigns.

Now residing in Montana, Kaleigh can be found getting outdoors as much as possible with her dog Slevin, and empowering young people to act on behalf of the environment as the Director of Grassroots Programming at the American Conservation Coalition and as president of ACC-Missoula. Her favorite things to do outside of work hours include mountain biking, photography, cooking, and skiing.

Learn more about Kaleigh in her introductory blog post!

Here are the details:

When: July 20 – October 12

Where: Wednesdays from 7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. EST on Zoom

Who: US residents between the ages of 21-39

Application deadline: Applications are now open, with candidates being accepted on a rolling basis until July 6thQualified AF National and Hub Members receive preferential consideration.

Are you ready to become the leader your city needs?

Apply now!

Questions? Reach out to [email protected].