Become a Fellow

Georgia Housing Corps

Housing plays a fundamental role in the well-being of families and is key to strengthening communities. Access to affordable housing can help create a safe and stable environment that improves educational opportunities, economic mobility, and overall standard of living.

The Equal Justice Works Georgia Housing Corps (GHC) mobilizes 11 Fellows and seven Community Advocates to preserve affordable housing for low-income residents harmed by the foreclosure crisis in the state of Georgia. GHC is supported by the Georgia Bar Foundation.

Fellows and Community Advocates are hosted at legal services organizations for a two-year term, where they conduct outreach and education, advocate to remove systematic barriers to housing at the local and statewide levels, and provide legal assistance to help keep residents in their homes.

Applications for this program are not being accepted at this time. You can find a list of organizations currently hosting GHC Fellows below.

Contact Michelle Gaeng at to learn more.

Meet Our Fellows

Learn more about the GHC Fellows and Community Advocates who are working to improve housing outcomes for residents in Georgia.  

Program Host Organizations

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