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  • Building the next generation of progressive organizers

    The OFA Fellows program creates leaders and difference-makers.

    Looking for a way to take the next step in the fight for progress?

    The OFA Fellows program is building the next generation of progressive organizers, providing individuals with the opportunity to gain new organizing skills and bring positive change to their local communities.

  • Now accepting: 2015 Spring Fellowship applications

    Now accepting: 2015 Spring Fellowship applications

    If you know a current or future community organizer, tell them to apply.

    The OFA Fellowship Program is all about giving organizers at all experience levels the tools needed to go out and make a difference in their communities.

    Whether you're a seasoned organizer or just getting your feet wet, this fellowship will make you better at what you do—guaranteed.

  • You could be an OFA Fellow

    Through my work with OFA, I've been able to get involved in the fights that really matter to me.

    A year ago, I didn't know I'd be a grassroots organizer today. But thanks to the OFA fellowship program, here I am, so much better prepared to make a difference on the issues I care about.

  • “I've never done anything so rewarding”

    Meet Ashly—an OFA volunteer turned OFA fellow.

    When I got the opportunity to be an OFA fellow, I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to learn new skills and further my development with OFA’s training intensive programs and hands-on approach. And I was so right. It has been an amazing experience.

  • Interview: Meet OFA Fellow Sara M. in Tennessee

    "Now I'm part of something much bigger than myself."

    Sara M. is a Middle Tennessee State University student and OFA organizing fellow with a flair for writing. When she’s not working on her personal writing projects, Sara can be found putting her communication skills to work organizing her adopted town of Murfreesboro to take action on issues like women's rights and health reform.


  • The next generation of progressive organizers is here

    OFA's 2014 Spring Fellows program kicked off last weekend.

    More than 1,700 people were accepted to take part in the the OFA Spring Fellows program. For the next three months, they'll recruit volunteers, plan local events, coordinate issue campaigns—and then use all of that hands-on experience to change the world.