Justice Ministry Education: Apply to Participate
Apply to join one of the pilot groups of the new Justice Ministry Education program in 2016-2017.

Before you start your application, please do the following:
1. Make sure you have read through the program description, available online here. [LINK]
2. Look through the questions below and consider drafting responses to them in advance. You'll need the text of your resume available as well.

Name *
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Contact info (email, phone) *
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Which JME region are you applying to? *
Short Reflection #1: What are you hoping to learn or accomplish by participating in the Justice Ministry Education program? What is motivating you to do it? *
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Short Reflection #2: Reflect briefly on this question: How has your religious life supported your justice work, and how has it interfered? *
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Give one or two examples of work you have done at the crossroads of faith and social change or justice. (feel free to include a web or social media link or two if relevant) *
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Strengths and Challenges: tell us a little bit about this moment in your personal growth. What are your biggest strengths? What challenges are you facing or working on right now? *
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Social location: how would you self-describe your social identity and location? Consider referring to multiple aspects of your identity, including faith/religion, geography, race or ethnicity, etc. Do you have a community or people that you feel accountable to? (This question will help us manage diversity in the pilot groups.) *
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Field Site: do you have a specific field site in mind that you would like to work at for this program? If so, tell us about it. If not, tell us what kind of field site would most interest you. *
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Resume: please paste the text of your resume below. Don't worry about formatting. If your resume is available online, you may paste a link instead. *
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Questions for us: if you have questions you would like to share with us as you apply, put them here.
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