Instituto's Monzón Fellowship
Instituto was founded to support the building of political power and infrastructure of communities of color and low-income communities in Arizona.
The coming years present a unique opportunity for leaders working hard to advance the rights of communities and increase political participation. The election in 2020 will be a watershed moment for our state, as resources will be invested to engage and mobilize diverse voting communities and supporters. With this in mind, Instituto is launching the Monzón Fellowship Program to successfully build capacity, expand political power, and further develop existing leadership in advocacy organizations.
APPLICATION/NOMINATION DEADLINE: 11:59PM on March 18th, 2019
Fellows will participate in a one-of-kind experience that will expand management skills to run and scale advocacy and electoral programs. Our fellowship will engage best-in-class local and national facilitators to discuss text, participate in training, create a values-aligned community of diverse leaders across the state , and provide ongoing coaching and support through 2019.
We will balance project-based learning with real world leadership and practical skills development.
The fellows will be announced on March 27th, with sessions running on weekends from April Through November. Childcare will be provided for those who need it.
If you would like to know more, apply, or nominate someone, please provide your contact information on the right to download the application.