Monday, May 18, 2009

Opportunity for Student Leaders with the Pro-Choice Public Education Project

Hey ya'll,

Happy Monday to everyone...I'm sure we're all still mulling over coffee and contemplating the week ahead (or dutifully ignoring it, as the image to the right illustrates..) Anyway, whether your Monday is rockin' or draggin', I know every feminist is looking a few leadership opportunities! I saw this come across my inbox this morning and thought I'd pass it along to see if any of our fabulous feminist campus activists are interested. From PEP's website:

PEP's Young Women's Leadership Council is Looking for New Members!

The Young Women's Leadership Council of the Pro-Choice Public Education Project is seeking new members to continue its mission to be the voice and raise the voices of diverse young women in the sexual and reproductive justice movement.

We are looking for potential YWLC members that are:

· Between the ages of 16 and 29, with diverse backgrounds and a wide range of interests within the reproductive justice movement including HIV, abortion rights, LGBTQ issues, community organizing, blogging, racial justice, and media/pop culture.

· Passionate about these and many other issues that affect women, particularly young women, women of color, and low-income women.

· Interested in opportunities to travel, network, and/or facilitate workshops on behalf of the YWLC and PEP, all of which will help build skills that will be useful for school, career, and beyond.

To apply, please download the application from PEP's website and follow the instructions.
The application deadline is July 1st, 2009.

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