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Working with the Media: 4 tips for the youth leader

The media is an important tool in helping influence decision makers around issues you care about. Elected officials do pay attention to the media, in particular that from the district they represent. Sharing your views, requests, vision or arguments via a letter to your local paper, or getting press out …

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Now Accepting Applications: Global Scholar Advisory Board

AMP Global Youth is looking for members of the 2019-2020 Global Scholar Advisory Board (GSAB). The GSAB supports the success and growth of the quickly-expanding Global Scholar program and related experiences sharing their insights, expertise and ideas on our present and future. Applicants must be a Global Scholar alumni. Specific …

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Join AMP as a Summer Intern!

AMP Global Youth was founded by students eager to take action around global issues. Through training programs and campaigns, we amplify the voice and power of global youth. Students lead much of our work, and we’re looking for the best and brightest in 2019! Is that you? Read on! The …

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Now Hiring: NY Summer Program Coordinator

We’re looking for energetic and experienced program coordinators for Global Scholar – a summer program focusing on international affairs and social change for high school students. Coordinators steer the ship, overseeing learning, logistics and safety. This position would oversee our newly-launched NYC program! This is a great position for someone …

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Would I Recommend Peace Corps? 1000 times yes.

We’re continuing to highlight our latest #BeGlobal opportunity, Peace Corps, through an interview with Karen Showalter. Karen was a Volunteer in Niger, West Africa. She shares her story below. My Peace Corps experience was overwhelming and empowering. I was posted in Niger, and worked as a Natural Resource Management Specialist. …

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On Building Virtual Teams: Three Tips for Success

Social media has revolutionized our ability to connect and organize. Indeed many of today’s young activists likely don’t remember a time when instant messaging, free calls to anywhere on the globe, and online citizen media weren’t the norm. Yet many organizations struggle to cultivate effective online communities. While conferencing is …

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Five Steps to Building Great Campaigns that Change the World

If you’re reading this, you’re probably interested in doing something big. Maybe getting a recycling program going at your school. Or getting involved in national-level debates around food assistance. Bravo – we need it all. A campaign is a set of actions that escalate towards an end goal. Campaigns can …

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