Agents of Change - Info Session

Wednesday, September 22 at 7:00pm to 8:00pm

This is a past event.

given upon RSVP

Dear Trojans,

Interested in civil rights activism? Apply now for Agents of Change: Civil Rights Advocacy Initiative, a USC Dornsife program established to address the most pressing civil rights issues of our time. Applications are being taken -- NOW.
 
Agents of Change students work on the front lines of cutting-edge civil rights efforts with OUR PARTNERS -- activist groups like Black Lives Matter of Los Angeles, legal organizations like the ACLU of Southern California, and government agencies like the LOffice of Civil and Human Rights. The program is a two-year commitment, and students have an opportunity participate in three facets of social change: community activism, legal advocacy, and government policy. Students receive training from the University and up to $1000 every month to support their work while they are in the program.  
The deadline to apply for Spring 2022 is October 4. Field placements are granted on a first-come first-served basis, so you are encouraged to apply early.

Apply Now!

We look forward to working with you to create a more just future.

Olu K. Orange, Esq.
Program Director

Kath Rogers, Esq.
Program Manager

P.S. - Info sessions will be held on 9/22 at 7pm AND 9/23 at 6pm (RSVP Here). Email questions to kathroge@usc.edu
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Website

https://uscagentsofchange.org/

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Experiential and Applied Learning
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