Rising Voices AAPI Youth Leadership & Civic Engagement Fellowship
The ideal Fellow is an AAPI youth age 16-20 years old living in the state of Michigan. It is someone who observes problems or issues in their community, wonders why these issues occur, takes initiative to deepen their understanding of the root causes of the issues, and isn’t afraid to take action to change the status quo. It is someone who is interested in learning and applying strategies to address community needs and become more civically engaged. It is someone committed to collaborative, intersectional, and intergenerational power building.

We encourage folks who are seeking spaces of community and learning outside of mainstream AAPI-identifying spaces to apply. We highly encourage LGBTQIA+ identifying and folks with working class backgrounds to apply. No experience in organizing or AAPI history necessary; we want to work with young people who are deeply curious and committed to social change.

Application Deadline: June 1, 2021
In order to ensure that this fellowship is accessible to all, Dim Mang (current Organizer with RVAAF) will be holding a 30-minute chat session where she will answer any questions and comments you may have about the application process and the fellowship. Please schedule an appointment here: https://calendly.com/dim-schedule/30min

Questions? Contact us at contact@risingvoicesaaf.org
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What would you like to get out of this fellowship? *
Tell us about an issue you care about. Why do you care about this issue? In what ways have you engaged with the issue? *
Consider this scenario: You have to teach an elder in your community how to use FaceTime. Tell us how you would teach the elder (consider how you might do this remotely and in person). *
Think of the most interesting team collaborative experience you’ve had. Walk us through the highlights and challenges of that experience. *
Community means different things for different people. How would you define Asian American community? Who is in your community? Describe in detail. *
Tell us about any other experiences you have had that has influenced your decision to apply to this program. *
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