Application Deadline for Hunger Justice Training is March 12

February 02, 2010

Do you have what it takes to be Hunger Justice Leader? Or do you know someone who does?  

Bread for the World is looking for the best and brightest 20- to 30-year-old advocates to join their next Hunger Justice Leaders training class, June 12-15, 2010 in Washington, D.C.
 
Two years ago, 75 young leaders came to the nation’s capital for intensive training in advocacy for hungry and poor people. Since then, they have served as powerful agents of change in their communities.
 
Selected participants will attend an - all expenses paid - advocacy training workshop where they will learn to lead advocacy efforts in their own communities.
 
Please apply now to take part in this powerful opportunity to:
  • Gain skills in advocacy, team-building, and community organizing.
  • Connect with like-minded young leaders from across the United States.
  • Explore the biblical foundations of faith and justice.
  • Speak out on Capitol Hill by visiting members of Congress.
The application deadline is March 12, so don’t wait. Apply now.

June H. Kim,
executive secretary of the World Hunger/Poverty and Sustainable Agriculture and Development programs of the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR), serves on the Bread for the World Board of Directors as secretary.