Climate Justice

Apply to the Faithful Climate Action Fellowship

Open to Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, 18-26, from the Midwest and Southeast

Apply to the Faithful Climate Action Fellowship

Are you – or do you know – a young Christian or Muslim concerned about the climate crisis? The Faithful Climate Action Fellowship is investing in young people who are often not as visible or supported in the broader climate, creation care and environmental movement. This is an exciting opportunity for interfaith and climate engagement, and we hope that several young Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) connected to United Methodist Women will participate.

BIPOC in the Midwest and Southeast who are 18-26 years old are invited to apply. Fellows will engage in nine months of joint study, leadership training and action. Monthly interactive webinars will provide a chance to meet young faith and climate leaders, and peer leaders and professional mentors will guide participants in developing their voices as faith and climate activists.

This fellowship opportunity is organized by United Methodist Women, Creation Justice Ministries, Greenfaith, Wisconsin Green Muslims and Interfaith Power and Light. The deadline to apply is Feb. 22, but if you would like to recommend someone after that, please let the United Methodist Women climate justice team know by e-mailing climatejustice@unitedmethodistwomen.org

Help spread the word, nominate a fellow, and encourage others in your network to apply.

Submit your application here: www.faithfulclimateaction.org

Posted or updated: 2/5/2021 12:00:00 AM