AFSC to Offer New Youth Opportunities

The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) is developing an exciting new program for young Quakers and Quaker college students and alumni, ages 18-25. To help them develop this program, AFSC is inviting young Quakers and current and former students from Quaker colleges to participate in an upcoming Zoom focus group on either May 11 or May 12 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT.

If you or someone you know is interested, please complete this brief questionnaire so AFSC can make sure they have a diversity of viewpoints. Participants will receive an honorarium for their time.

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Would you like to learn about "Radical Spirituality: the Early History of the Quakers"? There's a free Futurelearn course starting this week that could be perfect for you: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/quakers

AFSC’s 2021 Report to Yearly Meetings reminds us “Hope is a Discipline” https://www.afsc.org/blogs/acting-in-faith/hope-discipline

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  • American Friends Service Committee - afsc.org
  • Friends Committee on National Legislation - fcnl.org
  • Friends General Conference - fgcquaker.org
  • Friends World Committee for Consultation: Section of the Americas - fwccamericas.org
  • Right Sharing of World Resources - rswr.org