PeaceJam Webinar Training

Posted by on April 27, 2009

PeaceJam Webinar Training: Be certified in the PeaceJam Ambassadors Curriculum which is designed for youth ages 14-19 and can be implemented in school, after-school, or community settings! For more information on PeaceJam, visit

There are several upcoming Webinar Trainings (a cross between a conference call and an on-line training) for the PeaceJam Ambassadors Program!   Upcoming live Webinar Trainings will take place on the following dates:  Wednesday, May 20 (3-5:30pm MST).  Cost: $175.00 per person (Includes access to curriculum, PeaceJam video and book, and training)

Click here for an Overview of the PeaceJam Ambassadors Program

The PeaceJam Ambassadors Curriculum is designed for youth ages 14-19 and explores issues related to peace, violence, social justice and oppression. Youth study the lives and work of 12 Nobel Peace Laureates and the strategies they use to address pressing global issues. Participating youth create and implement their own Global Call to Action Projects, becoming creative leaders who are committed to solving the most difficult problems facing our world. The program also includes an annual PeaceJam Youth Conference where youth spend a weekend with a Nobel Peace Laureate giving them an unprecedented opportunity to share with, learn from, and be inspired by a world leader for peace.

Space is limited—don’t miss this opportunity to join PeaceJam in supporting youth as they create positive change in their communities! Register for the PeaceJam Ambassadors Webinar Training for Adult Sponsors today!

Please help us to grow PeaceJam by sharing this email with colleagues, friends, family members or individuals in your community… spread far and wide!

Call Ryan Hanschen at 303-455-2099 or email with questions.

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