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Prospective Fellows


Do you have what it takes to be a Freedom Fellow?

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Prospective Fellows


Do you have what it takes to be a Freedom Fellow?

Becoming a leader at the MFP is both fun and hard work! 

Before accepting a new Fellow, Freedom Project staff members talk with prospective candidates and their families to ensure that students and families understand the work and dedication involved in being a part of this program. The Freedom Project does not simply seek honor roll students or students at the top of their classes. We look for motivated students with the desire and willpower to make the most of their lives.

All new Freedom Fellows must write an essay explaining why they wish to be a part of the Fellowship. They and their families must then read and sign the Commitment to LEAD: Love, Education, Action, and Discipline. We take this commitment very seriously. It represents our determination to do everything in our power to help our Fellows become the best young leaders they can possibly be.

Access important Summer 2018 dates and applications below: 

To view dates and application, click here!

Want to refer a Freedom Fellow? Click below!

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College Internships


Join our Summer Leadership Team – Apply Today!

College Internships


Join our Summer Leadership Team – Apply Today!

 

All positions have been filled

Job Announcement: The Freedom Project seeks a highly motivated, dynamic individual with strong administrative, time management, and communication skills to serve as part of our leadership team this summer. Recruitment for our 2019 internships begins in October 2018. Please check back!

To inquire about last minute availability for Summer 2018 positions, please email meridianfreedomproject@gmail.com with questions. 


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join our leadership team


The Freedom Project seeks innovative leaders who are willing to join our work to grow and support the next generation of leaders in Mississippi. 

join our leadership team


The Freedom Project seeks innovative leaders who are willing to join our work to grow and support the next generation of leaders in Mississippi. 

leadership roles range from managing logistics to designing and leading literacy and college preparation programs.

See below for our open positions.

Part Time: 

Lead Math Teacher (Start Date: May 30, 2018; End Date: July 6, 2018)

Summer Logistics Associate (Start Date: May 30, 2018; End Date: TBD) 

 

Email us at meridianfreedomproject@gmail.com with questions.

College or graduate student? Check out our internships above! 

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Alternative Spring Break


Alternative Spring Break


The Freedom Project is seeking college student groups to spend an alternative spring break volunteering in Meridian.

With a growing program, there is always plenty to do at the LEAD Center.

If your group will be working in Southeastern Mississippi and would like to spend a day volunteering with the Freedom Project, please contact us. We would love to have you visit!

Please contact Anna Watson at awatson.mfp@gmail.com for more information on how to develop and coordinate alternative spring breaks. Thank you for your interest in working with the Meridian Freedom Project!