Fall 2022 PAGE First-Year Fellows Application

Penn Association for Gender Equity (PAGE) will be hosting First-Year Fellows (FF) for the fall semester. With the support of facilitators, this program will allow first years and transfers to discuss their gendered experiences and analyze the meaning of inclusivity on small and large scales. This program is meant to be an educational space where first years can safely be in community with one another while discussing their own relationships with gender, race, sexuality, and additional aspects of their intersecting identities. FF will occur biweekly within a restricted time and will be completed through various forms of media: presentations, documentaries, short films, guest presentations, and group sharing. The goal of FF is not only to educate but to also create a healing community among the fellows, their facilitators, and PAGE.

Please click this link for more information regarding First-Year Fellows:

Applications for PAGE's First-Year Fellows program are due Wednesday, September 14th, 2022.

If the link above did not answer all of your questions, feel free to contact us at ldimasi@upenn.edu or orof@upenn.edu with any questions. We look forward to reading your applications!

If you were already contacted in August about receiving a spot in the program, there is no need to fill out this form.

Inclusivity statement:
This application is open to people of all genders. Please note that PAGE as an organization is firmly committed to ensuring that we acknowledge and confront, both personally and collectively, privileges we hold. In addition to sexism, we will not tolerate racism, islamophobia, homophobia, transphobia, antisemitism, ableism, fat phobia, or classism from organization members or those who occupy our spaces. In submitting an application, you commit yourself to this as well.
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