Don’t just hope for change in Tulsa – build it.
The Center for Public Life at OSU-Tulsa is recruiting community members to lead dialogue and action and promote constructive change in the 918. Participants will work in collaboration with the Mayor’s Office for Resilience and Equity on the project.
Four Resilience Fellows will collaborate with other community members to implement ideas designed to create positive community impact. The team will also learn how to evaluate projects and talk about the successes so that others want to get involved. Each Resilience Fellow will earn a financial stipend for the project and receive other benefits to assist with completing the project.
Anyone who lives, works, studies or plays in north Tulsa can apply.
Resilience Fellows will:
- Work with community members to mobilize resources and opportunities for building resilient neighborhoods in north Tulsa
- Build relationships with residents, organizations, business and faith leaders to promote lasting change as a result of the project
- Receive training to organize dialogue-to-action events and learn to lead conversations that result in change
- Meet regularly to learn from community leaders and practice community building skills
- Earn a stipend by completing the project
The 2020 application cycle has closed.
For more info, contact:
Tami Moore, Ph.D.