Apply to be on the STAND MC!
Heads up upSTANDers! STAND is currently recruiting for Coordinator positions on the 2011-2012 STAND Managing Committee (MC), a group of high school and university students who lead the student movement to prevent and stop genocide. STAND Coordinators are active leaders at their respective schools who seek to use their experience, knowledge, and training to support, enhance, and help sustain the efforts of other chapters and student activists. As members of STAND’s MC, they drive the direction of STAND to ensure an effective organizational response to membership needs and to provide guidance and support directly to members. Meet the current STAND MC and read about what brings them to STAND here.
In order to sustain their efforts, effectively fulfill their role as leaders in the anti-genocide movement, and support other student activists, STAND Coordinators have direct access to professional resources and trainings. STAND Coordinators will attend a planning and training retreat as well as STANDCamp 2011 – a week long retreat with Core Chapter Leaders, other members of the STAND Managing Committee and staff, and organizing experts where they will be exposed to skill-building trainings, networking sessions, and the opportunity to dialogue with members of the movement. STAND Coordinators also have direct access to GI-NET/SDC staff, a sustainable infrastructure, and unique opportunities to be active leaders in the movement.
How Do I Apply?
For more information about this and other leadership development opportunities available through STAND and to apply, click here! If you have any questions about these positions, please e-mail email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
STAND, the student led division of Genocide Intervention Network/Save Darfur Coalition, is a network of high school and college chapters and thousands of student activists across the nation committed to the prevention and end of genocide and mass atrocities globally. STAND formed out of the rapidly growing student movement to protect the people of Darfur, Sudan and now works to unify a growing student anti-genocide movement by providing activists with resources to educate and organize in their community, empowering them through an extensive network of impassioned student leaders and advocating for a change in our government’s mentality towards genocide.