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Center for Third World Organizing (CTWO) –Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program

February 07, 2013

CTWO is a racial justice organization that works towards the building of a social justice movement led by people of color. This resource center promotes the advancement of racial justice; sending out messages worldwide. It works to establish model multi-racial community organizations, build an active network of organizations and activists of color, and train the new participants, including members of the Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program. Members of MAAP participate in an internship working on the movement towards economic social justice. Placed with any one of CTWO’s partnering organizations, members work full-time on an organizing campaign with a community organization or labor union. To be accepted to MAAP you must first complete a Community Action Training (CAT) sponsored by CTWO.

Deadline: CATs are held throughout the country in spring and fall. MAAP applications are due annually in April.

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