Global Citizen Journey is seeking interns and volunteers
Discover the Opportunities with Global Citizen Journey as a delegate, intern or volunteer… and develop your capacity as a citizen diplomat. We are developing our website, communication materials, conducting research to support our upcoming Kashmir journey, editing videos and much more – so your skills, talents and energies are welcomed.
Our next Orientation will be part of a special “Meet & Greet” evening on Thursday, December 14 from 7 pm to 9 pm at the Interfaith Community Sanctuary in Ballard at 1763 NW 62nd. We will highlight the upcoming delegation to Kashmir.
After March 1st, Monthly meetings will typically be held from 6:30 to 8:30 on the second Monday evening — location in Seattle/Fremont neighborhood–call 206 310 1203 to confirm, RSVP and get the address.
If you would like an Orientation to GCJ, please arrange to arrive at 5:30 and we will provide video, slides and conversation to help you will learn about the mission and vision of Global Citizen Journey, a unique Seattle-based nonprofit. We’ll talk about our upcoming journey to Kashmir in October, 2018 and will share stories from our first journey to the Niger Delta in 2005 when we brought 19 Puget Sound residents with 21 Nigerians from all around Nigeria, to live in a small village where we completed the first library in this oil rich, environmentally devastated region. You’ll also hear stories from our second Journey to the poor coastal town of Axim, Ghana, where 15 US joined 14 Ghanaians in circle work, Town Hall meetings, educational/health outreach and building of an orphanage and community center. Our most recent journey was to India in 2017, when were we were hosted by Maher in Maharashtra. And you’ll learn about the second harvest of the Burundi woman on their land purchased by GCJ as well as the work with Population Caring Organization (PCO), and other non-profits in Liberia to launch the Liberia Peacebuilder Initiative to build a community-based network to foster conflict resolution, reconciliation and sustainable peace at the grass roots, to help stabilize Liberia and grow the peace it has begun to experience.
The meeting at 6:30 will focus on planning for our next delegation, GCJ Kashmir 2018.
For more information, and to RSVP, please contact:
Susan Partnow, Founding Director, Global Citizen Journey, firstname.lastname@example.org, 206-310-1203