Students for Economic Justice

Program Overview

The Students for Economic Justice Program (SEJ) is an intensive 6-week program that gives college and university students organizing training through political education, skills building and in-the-field experience working on economic and social justice campaigns for our partner sites. With guest presenters and partners from a variety of civic engagement and social and economic justice organizations around the County, the program gives interns exposure to the broader social and economic justice community in San Diego.

Program Demographics

Target Age Group: Young Adult

Target Ethnicity: Asian, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, Pacific Islander

Target Area: San Diego County, City of San Diego

Instruction Languages: English

Enrollment and Timeline

Costs: $

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Length of Program:

Time Commitment Per Week: 5-9 hours


Program Contact Info

Organization: Center on Policy Initiatives

Name: Trinh Le



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