Tzedek Social Justice Fellows: Learning, Growing, and Leading in Western North Carolina since 2012

The Tzedek Social Justice Fellowship (TSJF) is a unique one-year paid career and community development opportunity. It is geared toward emerging
nonprofit and social justice leaders interested in becoming resilient agents of change in their communities. The Tzedek program allows Fellows to explore
how discrimination based on class, gender, sexuality, faith traditions, and ethnicity intersect in our lives, community, and society. While exploring these
issues each fellow develops the skills needed to become strong and effective community activists, allies, and leaders. Learn More!

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Events & Happenings

Come to the first-ever Trans Employment Clinic July 16. READ MORE

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Meet Our Fellows

Meet our previous Fellows and learn about their experiences. READ MORE

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Why Tzedek?

Learn more about how TSJF began. READ MORE

WHAT OUR FELLOWS ARE SAYING:

  • “The Tzedek Fellowship was a powerful, eye-opening, and enlightening experience. After embracing lenses from diverse perspectives in this work, I knew that I wanted to launch these lessons learned into my career.”

    – Rose Morgan, Cohort 2012-2013
  • “The past seven months have been an incredible opportunity to grow professionally, a chance to become thoroughly involved in the Asheville community, and a time to learn about myself while forming specific goals for my future.”

    – Rachel Pearlstein, Cohort 2014-2015

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