Training for Trainers Application
***Note: T4Ts are temporarily suspended until the OTC has determined it is safe to meet again in-person***

Want to become a trainer of the IWW's Organizer Training Program? You've come to the right place.

OTC trainers play a big role in the IWW. They help to teach workers how to build solidarity on their jobs and how to organize direct action campaigns to win demands. They are ambassadors for the IWW, champions of the solidarity unionism model, and mentors to new organizers.

To become a trainer, IWW members must attend a Training for Trainers (T4T) and meet the certification criteria set out by the OTC. To attend a T4T, members must have attended at least one Organizer Training 101, but more training and organizing experience is preferred.

Complete this form to let the OTC know you're interested in becoming a trainer. We will plan T4Ts around regional and industrial needs. If you are selected to attend a T4T in the future we will contact you. If any of your contact information changes or you have other experiences you'd like to add to your application, please complete a new form.

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First Name *
Last Name *
IWW membership number (X-number) *
What branch or group are you a part of? *
Email *
What is your gender identity? *
What is your race/ethnicity?
How long have you been a member of the IWW? *
How many Organizer Training 101s have you attended? When/where were they held? *
Why do you want to become an IWW Trainer? *
What organizing projects/campaigns have you been involved in? In what capacity? *
What is your current Industrial Union (IU)? What other IUs do you have experience working in? *
What experiences or skills do you have that you believe would prepare you to facilitate IWW trainings? *
Use this space for any additional comments or requests for the Organizer Training Committee.
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