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Justice Generation Opportunities

Posted: August 3 2021 at 10:56 AM
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Seeking Teens Who Care About RACIAL JUSTICE

The NIC Anti-Racism Task Force is seeking United Methodist high school students who have an interest in learning, developing, and engaging in racial justice work in the church and community with Justice Generation for the 2021-2022 school year. Session and meetings will be hybrid using both online meetings and some in person. Click here for application.  Applications are due August 31. The program fee for August 2021 – May 2022 is $50 per student. However, if this presents a barrier to a student's participation, we encourage you to apply and email susanwake@comcast.net so we can work with you.

Seeking Young Adult Leaders/Mentors

Young Adult Leaders, ages 21-30, are also needed to help plan, lead discussions and facilitate learning opportunities for Justice Generation participants. Session and meetings will be hybrid using both online meetings and some in-person.  Click here for application.

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