PATCH Youth Advocacy Fellowship

PROVIDING YOUNG PEOPLE WITH THE KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND SUPPORT TO BE DRIVERS OF CHANGE IN THEIR COMMUNITY.

The PATCH Advocacy Fellowship is an opportunity for Wisconsin youth, ages 12-21, to grow as leaders and activists. They are empowered to be a part of adolescent health conversations at community and state levels, providing advice and input on goals and decisions that impact youth. 

Youth Advocates participate in an intensive, in-person training at the beginning of the program year at a rotating location in Wisconsin (all expenses paid) and continue their learning through monthly group meetings (virtual) and individual learning modules (virtual). Fellows are paid for additional trainings, meetings, or events as approved by staff. The PATCH Advocacy Fellowship is  9-month commitment. 

Applications are now open for the 2020/2021 PATCH Youth Advocacy Team! Apply today!

Consulting

Fellows are empowered to be a part of adolescent health conversations at community and state levels, providing advice and input on goals and decisions that impact youth. Want youth input on your work?

Submit your request below!

Contact PATCH Advocacy Fellowship Staff

We'd love to talk to you and are ready to answer your questions about: consulting, youth advocacy fellowship applications, or anything else!

E-mail us at fellowship@patchprogram.org. Or, give us a call 608.251.0139 ext 2.

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Wisconsin PATCH is a collaboration of several PATCH Sites. All of these sites are part of the PATCH Program. PATCH Dane County & PATCH Central WI are programs of WAWH. PATCH Coulee Region is supported in part by AMCHP, GMF, and EHC.

Have a general inquiry? Contact Wisconsin PATCH at patch@wiawh.org.

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