Campus Action Network Project for Police Reform

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The Campus Action Network (CAN) is a project, branched under the Police Reform Organizing Project, that’s largely in the works. We are looking for a group of highly motivated and self-starting high school and college students that are passionate about mobilizing a team in their school to fight against abusive and discriminatory policing. This is an opportunity designed for students who want to make a difference but live on campus and can’t travel to our office on the Upper West Side and for students who just want to focus on doing work on campus despite living in the city. We are planning to meet in late September (remotely or in person) to discuss an action plan for the upcoming year. Because this project has yet to be implemented, there are no set responsibilities and or requirements yet. We will discuss this in September but here are the requirements:


• Self-starting and highly motivated
• Preferably already hold leadership positions in school clubs, on campus, or through other extracurricular activities
• Knowledge of Google drive, Microsoft Office, and the works
• Creative, fun, spunky, and cares about police reform!

Please e-mail your resume and a statement of interest to PROP Director Bob Gangi at and to our project coordinator Maesha Meto at


We do not require any previous experience but we do require passion.

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