PEACE CLUBS FORMING FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

PEACE CLUBS FORMING FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

peaceThe World Affairs Council of Harrisburg is seeking high school students and teachers interested in forming Peace Clubs in their schools or in joining the Council’s Peace Club.  

The program was created by the U.S. Institute of Peace in Washington, D.C., to teach conflict resolution skills.
Students who participate will receive Peacemaker certificates and be honored at the Council’s annual Peace Symposium in September.

For information on the Peace Club Starter kit from the U.S. Institute of Peace, click here.

If you are corporation interested in supporting WACH’s Teaching Peace Program, or would like to volunteer to help, contact Joyce Davis at wacharrisburg@gmail.com. Or call WACH’s office at 717 221 1627. 

Contact wacharrisburg@gmail.com for more information.

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