The Network for Social Justice’s youth engagement work seeks to broaden acceptance for diversity and equity in Winchester. We accomplish our work by building a strong base of students and adults in an effort to generate a culture change towards inclusion in schools and the town as a whole.
NFSJ Internship Program
Since launching in Summer of 2020, our intern program has filled over 70 slots for high school students interested in community organizing and social justice advocacy. NFSJ interns participate in planning one of our NFSJ signature festivals and engage in social justice learning through workshops and projects that connect them to the arts, history, and policy. Follow them on Instagram!
- Social Justice Teaching Resources for Distance Learning handout
- Teaching Thanksgiving in a Socially Responsible Way handout
- Teaching Martin Luther King, Jr Day with Social Justice Standards Grades K-5 handout
- Teaching Martin Luther King, Jr Day with Social Justice Standards Grades 6-12 handout
- Discussing LGBTQIA+ Inclusion handout
Funded by Winchester Hospital Community Benefits and co-organized with Social Capital, Inc, the Leaders for an Equitable Tomorrow (LET) initiative seeks to advance mental health awareness and engagement of suburban youth within, and beyond, Winchester and Woburn.
If you have a child currently attending a Winchester Public School, or plan to attend a Winchester Public School in the future, and are interested in how social justice themes are incorporated in the curriculum, please contact email@example.com or fill out this form and someone from the Network will get back to you.