Great news! We’re extending the deadline to apply for the next two Bootcamps to Wednesday 15th March - that’s less than two weeks away!
We decided to extend the deadline off the back of three exciting pieces of news:
- The Bootcamp community has funded three new places on the Jo Cox Memorial scholarship! Two weeks ago, we asked you, our wonderful Bootcamp community, to donate to a crowdfunder to support three more women to come on Campaign Bootcamp. On Friday we hit the target of £10,000!
- Trust for London have agreed to fund campaigners tackling poverty and/or inequality within greater London.
- Care2 have agreed to fund two partial scholarships for NGOs that can't afford coming on camp!
We want to give people a chance to apply for these new scholarships, so the deadline is now Wednesday 15th March (9am).
If you know anyone who wants to learn how to run more effective campaigns, there's never been a better time to apply! Please forward this email to them, and ask them to apply!
All this good news means we now have a fantastic FORTY scholarships on offer for the next two Bootcamps.
This is kinda a big deal! If you know anyone who would love this training, they need to be speedy! The deadline is now Wednesday 15th March 2016 (9am). They can apply by clicking the button below:
So what do we have scholarships for?
Loads of stuff to be honest! Check them out:
Thanks to the commitment of the Campaign Bootcamp community, we have scholarships for women* tackling inequality and injustice
A scholarship for those working for/volunteering with medium sized NGOs. Care2 will subsidise your spot on Bootcamp and offer you a special support session to help evaluate your plans to reach new supporters.
For campaigners of colour / BME (Black and Minority Ethnic) campaigners. There are also BME scholarships set out specifically for UK campaigners based outside of London
This is a broad scholarship that can go to campaigners of colour / BME campaigners, disabled campaigners, feminist campaigners, campaigners from socially deprived areas, refugees, working class campaigners, LGBTQ campaigners or campaigners working on mental health issues
For activists from Syria, Lebanon or Palestine
For international development activists from Germany
A scholarship for people who want to fight back against racism and/or xenophobia, made possible by the team at The Paul Hamlyn Foundation
*We have a trans-inclusive definition of women, so when we use ‘women’ we mean transgender, intersex or cisgender women.
I came on Bootcamp on a Black and Minority Ethnic Scholarship myself. I couldn't have come on the training without it - don't miss out!
You only have a few days left to apply. Got questions? Email me on email@example.com