Volunteer at the Power Over Prejudice Summit

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404.894.2561

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The POP Summit brings together teams of middle schoolers from 80 metro area public, private and religious schools for a positive, interactive learning experience. Students from different ethnic, cultural, socioeconomic and religious backgrounds work in small groups led by community volunteers who are trained facilitators. 

Student Diversity Programs is honored to partner with the Anti-Prejudice Awareness Consortium to host the Power Over Prejudice (POP) Summit. The POP Summit brings together teams of middle schoolers from 80 metro area public, private and religious schools for a positive, interactive learning experience. Students from different ethnic, cultural, socioeconomic and religious backgrounds work in small groups led by community volunteers who are trained facilitators.

You are invited to be a facilitator or logistics volunteer for the 2013 Power Over Prejudice Summit.  This year's Summit runs October 29, 30 & 31, and will be held at the Student Center Ballroom.

There are two ways you can volunteer:

Workshop Facilitator

A workshop facilitator will actually lead a structured diversity training experience with a group of about 15 middle school children. Facilitators will be required to go through a four-hour training to be able to be a facilitator. There is a training session offered at night and another session is offered on a Saturday. Most sessions are co-facilitated. Your commitment will be from approximately 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Volunteers

Volunteers will sign-up for a specific time frame. Depending on the time of day you choose, you may greet the buses, hand out t-shirts, assist with registration, pass out lunch, or set-up/clean -up. 

To sign up to be a facilitator or volunteer go to http://poweroverprejudice.org/pop-summit-registration/.

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Keywords
diversity, prejudice, service
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  • Created By: Rachael Pocklington
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  • Created On: Sep 23, 2013 - 10:37am
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 11:14pm