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Saturday, September 17, 2011
12:00pm to 4:30pm
YP4: What Do You Stand For?JOMLP stands for the right to read!
In 2007, the Josie Odum Morris Literacy Project (JOMLP) was birthed out of an identified need for a family literacy agency in providing new books, forums, literacy workshops, and one-to-one reading and writing tutors . Spearheaded by Young People For (YP4) fellow Robin Morris, a group of community leaders and educators came together to establish JOMLP, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit agency committed toto children and adults who live in the Metro area.
We salute Young People For for their continued commitment to supporting youth-led social justice initiatives nationwide that yield long-term community change.
JOMLP exist because YP4 believed in our vision of creating innovative
Young People For is now recruiting for the Young People For (YP4) Fellowship program.
YP4 is a strategic long-term leadership development program that identifies, engages and empowers the newest generation of progressive leaders to create lasting change in their communities. The one-year fellowship equips college students with the skills and resources necessary to create lasting change on their campuses and in their communities.
---Training from national and regional progressive movement leaders
---One-on-one coaching from YP4 staff and/or other progressive movement leaders
---Assistance and support in implementing a sustainable, community-driven action plan
If you have any questions about the program or applying contact Zach Dryden at email@example.com or by phone at .
To learn more about YP4, visit www.youngpeoplefor.org
The Josie Odum Morris Literacy Project, Inc.
P.O. Box 74
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