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Feminist Camp

Feminist Camp is a transformative week of feminism in action hosted in New York City by authors and activists Jennifer Baumgardner and Amy Richards. Newcomb Institute will provide funding for selected full-time undergraduate students. Grant funding will cover the $1500 program fee which includes housing, breakfasts, most lunches for five days, all programming, and a weekly MetroCard. Newcomb will also cover flight reimbursement up to $400. The remaining travel costs and other expenses will be the responsibility of the participant. 

What to Expect from Feminist Camp
  • The week includes:
    • Five immersive days of meetings and workshops across New York City highlighting diverse forms of feminism in action; each day centers around a theme.
    • One day dedicated to feminist workplaces and careers, which includes practical advice and a half-day internship.
    • One session dedicated to developing an activist or academic action plan to leverage your Feminist Camp experience in your home communities.
    • Facilitated dialogue and one-on-one time with Amy Richards and Jennifer Baumgardner (and other local and nationally known feminists).
Application Details
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  • The grant application for Feminist Camp 2020 is due October 15, 2019 at 5:00pm.
  • Feminist Camp 2020 will be held January 6-8, 2020 in New York City. 
  • Funding is open to full-time, currently enrolled undergraduates. Previous applicants may apply again.
  • If you are awarded funding and accept, you are responsible for:
    • Attending all of the Feminist Camp events.
    • Upholding Tulane’s student code of conduct while you travel to and attend the camp.
    • Turning in your receipt for flight reimbursement, pictures of your boarding pass and name badge, and a picture of you at the conference.
    • A website feature detailing your experience.
For further information, please contact Gabe Christian-Solá, Senior Program Coordinator for Student Engagement, at gchristiansola@tulane.edu