DWJ Public Policy Leadership Fellowship Program 2020/21
Be part of the DWJ Public Policy Fellowship Program Cohort 5. Deadine August 15, 2020.

Black Women Organized for Political Action and the Training Institute for Leadership Enrichment (BWOPA/TILE) launched the Dezie Woods Jones (DWJ) Fellowship initiative in 2015 creating space for 35 young leaders to examine and build on BWOPA's core issues - Health, Education, Criminal Justice and Economic Security. Learn more about the past Fellows here.

Annually, BWOPA/TILE welcomes applicants between the ages of 17-40 for a highly selective, seven-week program that prepares and develops emerging leaders to become subject matters experts, advocates and innovators of public policies that positively impact their communities.

The overall goal of the DWJ Public Policy Fellowship initiative is to develop capable BWOPA/TILE’s successors and culture-keepers that will champion a new body of policy work spotlighting BWOPA’s core issues – Criminal Justice Reform, Health, Economic Security and Education.
Full Name
Occupation *
Company/Organization *
Best Phone Number
Mailing Address (include C/S/Z)
We have two (2) fellowship tracks this year. Which track are you most interested? *
BWOPA/TILE core issues of interest *
BWOPA/TILE is committed to addressing these core issues which adversely affect the African American community. Choose your issue area of interest.
Educational Accomplishments
Clear selection
Name of College / University Attended / Attending *
Experience *
Tell us your experience or interest relative to BWOPA's core issues
Statement of Interest *
Send separate attachment if needed to staff@traininginstituteonline.com expressing your commitment to professional growth, development and social justice and civic action.
Hobbies/Honors/Organization Affiliations *
Are you currently a member of a BWOPA Chapter? *
If so, which one?
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References (2x) *
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