Who can get involved?
You can! You don’t have to wait until graduation to make a difference. As a college or seminary student, you can organize and advocate for worker justice right now.
Students have played a vital role in social change and the worker rights movement throughout history: it's your turn!
When: June 10 — Aug 8, 2014
Where: Training and debrief in Chicago; field placements vary
Click here for more information on IWJ's internship and to apply for our 2014 program!
What else can I do?
There are a lot of ways students can get involved in worker justice, like:
- Become a Global Mission Fellows -> Volunteer at IWJ or an affiliate for two years of mission service.
- Become a worker justice E-Advocate -> Sign up here
- Organize your campus to pressure divestment of college endowment in HEI funds or prevent them from investing in HEI. Find out more about -> HEI’s mistreatment of workers
- If you're a seminarian, consider participating in a year-long field placement -> email us for info
- With our help, organize a labor-focused spring break trip -> email us for info
- Browse the resource center to learn more -> Click here to get started!
- Participate in IWJ’s summer program for college students and seminarians, which provides a 3-month religion and labor coalition building and organizing experience. We'll provide a week long training, and coaching throughout your internship, where you will be placed with one of IWJ’s partner unions or affiliates -> email us for info
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