Murph’s Kindred Fellowship Program
GOALS OF FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM:
- Provide a structured and consistent way to seed, anchor, and fortify local SONG work in emerging chapters especially those sites and states without staff.
- Provide added infrastructure to SONG regionally through communications and development fellowships
- Identify and cultivate Black, Immigrant, Rural, Transgender, gender non-conforming and working class leadership
- Provide consistent support, development and organizing training to devoted member leaders
The SONG Fellowship Program is a year long organizing learning and praxis opportunity. It is experiential and experimental in nature. Using an action-reflection model for learning, our organizing work at the local level or regional level is the primary text for the fellowship. Fellows will practice disciplined reflection with the goal of informing future action.
Fellows will have agency over the work and learnings, and they will be asked to hold work that contributes to the life of SONG regionally and locally (e.g. Membership Drive, regional member convenings). At its core, the fellowship program is intended to grow the base-building muscle of the fellow. To that end, and in alignment with SONG’s basebuilding strategy, fellows will explore and experiment with various methods and practices for finding our people, how we keep our people engaged for the long haul, and how we develop ourselves and our people in service to SONG’s regional strategies to End Money Bail and Pretrial Detention and Melt Ice. For more information contact: Carlin Rushing
Current SONG Organizing fellows: Durham, North Carolina, Atlanta, Georgia, Nashville, Tennessee, and Birmingham, Alabama, Knoxville, Tennessee, New Orleans, Louisiana, and Columbus, Georgia.
Current SONG Infrastructure fellows: Communications fellow and Arts & Culture fellow
All fellowship applications are closed at this time.