Applications for 2019-2020 are now closed.
Orientation: Participants kick-off the program year with a one day introductory meeting where they’ll have the opportunity to connect with cohort members and PPMW leaders through structured activities and informal discussions.
Education: Participants learn from expert faculty about sexual and reproductive health policy and activism, the biology of reproductive health, contraception and abortion, and clinic operations through a series of presentations at monthly trainings.
Mentoring: Participants will have the opportunity to mentor and be mentored during the course of the year by connecting with PPMW leadership and PPMW DLP alumni.
Group projects: Participants will work on projects that further the goals of PPMW’s fundraising, public affairs, education, or volunteer services objectives.
Participants will receive a certificate of achievement upon successful completion of the program.
- Strong passion for reproductive freedom, health and justice
- Young professional at the start of the program (September 2019)
- Willingness to give or raise $300 minimum gift and/or commit to volunteering at a minimum of 5 events throughout the 9-month program year.
- Must attend the orientation on September 8, 2019 and attend 80% of monthly meetings to be held on the second Wednesday of the month (September through May). Additional (non-mandatory) meetings and social activities will be scheduled throughout the year.
- Individuals of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply, including health care professionals.
- Preference will be given to applicants not currently working in the reproductive health or reproductive justice fields.