In order to make progress on the pressing issues we face today, organizers and advocates need the skills and training to turn a desire to change the status quo into meaningful and impactful civic action. Organizing for Action's fellowship program is designed to train the next generation of progressive leaders and change-makers. 

OFA offers various tracks for fellows to learn basic, intermediate, and advanced skills from top experts in the progressive world. Fellowship tracks revolve around areas such as community engagement, digital organizing, and digital content production, each described in more detail below.

Whether you’re looking to learn introductory-level organizing skills or to build on your professional experience, OFA fellowships can help you take your skills to the next level. 

Learn more about the fellowship program offerings below—and if you’re interested in learning more or being among the first to know when applications open, sign up here



Organizer, Fellow, Champion

Diali got her start in organizing by helping her community find health care coverage during the first open enrollment period of the Affordable Care Act. She became an OFA fellow to learn new skills, broaden her organizing experience, and increase the impact of her work. Through her time with OFA, she was able to explore and apply digital organizing principles and best practices that are sure to be useful as her career progresses.