Center for Progressive Leadership’s New Leaders Program

Posted by on February 26, 2007

The Center for Progressive Leadership is looking for bright, passionate and diverse young leaders from across the country to take part in the 2007 New Leaders Program.

Students and young diverse leaders get a paid internship with a progressive organization in Washington DC, as well as mentoring, leadership training, and networking opportunities during the 10-week summer program. The 2007 program runs from June 11 to August 17.

The New Leaders Program works to change the face of tomorrow’s political leadership by connecting young people of color and women who are passionate about social justice and equality to paid opportunities to work with progressive organizations and meet progressive leaders.

New Leaders get matched with full-time, paid internships at leading national progressive organizations like Campaign for America’s Future, Center for American Progress, Common Cause, Choice USA, Food and Water Watch, National AIDS Housing Coalition, United States Student Association, and many more.

We are also looking for progressive leaders like yourself to nominate a young leader for the program. If you know a bright, diverse young leader who would be interested in a paid internship this summer, nominate them today.

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If you want to spend your summer getting paid to work at one of the top national progressive organizations and meeting other young leaders from across the country, then apply today for the New Leaders Program.

Eric and the CPL Team

P.S. We also need help spreading the word about the New Leaders Program. Forward this email or go here to get flyers, online banners, and other information to pass along to young leaders around the country: <a href=""></a>

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