Women Organizing for Justice & Opportunity
Women Organizing for Justice & Opportunity (WOJO) is a six-month training program for formerly incarcerated women to sharpen their social justice leadership skills.
Nothing is Impossible because
You Are A Leader
Once formerly incarcerated women find stability, we encourage them to become community leaders. Our annual training program called Women Organizing for Justice and Opportunity (WOJO) allows formerly incarcerated women to get involved in the movement for social justice and sharpen their leadership skills. Participants who have been adversely affected by our criminal justice, governmental and economic systems receive the tools they need to make changes to those systems.
We are now accepting applications for our 2022 WOJO Leadership Lab Cohort!
The WOJO Leadership Lab provides a six-month training program from April through October 2022, with the kickoff orientation taking place from April 1-3. This orientation is mandatory for all selected applicants.
Participants must have a previous incarceration history.
Applications are due March 7, 2022.
If you have any questions, please contact Stephanie Jeffcoat at: WOJO@anewwayoflife.org