About the Fellowship
The Wisconsin Action Fellowship teaches young people the knowledge and skills to be confident climate leaders. Fellows work with ACE and partners to build public support for climate action and to hold leaders accountable on climate science and solutions.
Wisconsin Fellows meet weekly in Milwaukee during the school year to build skills and advocate for local climate solutions through campaigns and events. The 2018-2019 program is our inaugural school year for the Wisconsin Fellowship. Wisconsin Fellows advocate for a just transition to renewable energy locally and statewide, collaborate with partners on advocacy campaigns, turn out youth climate voters, meet with elected officials, deliver public comments at Milwaukee Common Council and Youth Council meetings, speak at events, author posts for ACE’s blog, collect petition signatures, and facilitate workshops. Learn more about fellowship benefits and expectations.