Youth Needed to Plan for 2nd Annual Youth & Peace Conference
Conference theme: MAKING PEACE NOW – THROUGH ART, EDUCATION, ENGAGEMENT
There will be three workshop tracks focused on each of these three ways of making peace, plus performances, an art show, a Speak Out session and more. Nonviolence Legacy Program of the Culture of Peace Alliance is committed to youth leadership and youth voice throughout the conference and aiming for a 50-50 split of youth and adults on the planning team.
Youth are invited and encouraged to join the planning team!
Next End of Bullying Task Force Meetings:
1. November 15 (3:30 to 5:30 PM), Edge High School, 2555 E. 1st St (across from Himmel Park)
- The Youth & Peace Conference Planning Team meets during the last 45 – 60 minutes of the task force gathering. Come for the whole two hours, or just the final hour for our committee meeting.
2. Tuesday, December 4, 5:30 to 7 PM – Location to be announced
To get involved, please call 520-991-6781 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Native American Teen Leadership Workshop
Do you know outstanding 11th and 12th grade Native American teens with great leadership skills?
The University of Arizona’s Arizona State Museum and Native Nations Institute, in conjunction with Indigenous Strategies, is hosting a FREE all-day workshop on Saturday, December 1, 2012 for Native youth leaders. The focus of this highly interactive workshop will be to learn about tribal sovereignty and governance issues and to build leadership skills.
Students who are accepted into the workshop will receive a certificate of participation, two free tickets to the Native Eyes Film Showcase that evening at The Loft Cinema, a free lunch, a University of Arizona campus tour, and will meet with Native filmmaker Timothy Ramos, whose film California Indian promotes tribal sovereignty.
All interested students must fill out and submit a two-page application (click here). Space limited to 25 participants.
If you have any questions about this leadership workshop contact:
Indigenous Strategies at IndigenousStrategies@gmail.com
Arizona State Museum
520-626-2973 or email@example.com
Application should be returned to Arizona State Museum.
Mail, email, fax, or deliver to:
Education/Associate Curator of Education
Arizona State Museum | The University of Arizona
1013 E University Blvd | PO Box 210026
Tucson, AZ 85721-0026
(520) 626-2973 | 621-2976 FAX firstname.lastname@example.org