14 June, 2019

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Interested in becoming a Youth Leader? Join us at SYLI!

The Summer Youth Leadership Institute (SYLI) is an intensive training for students becoming Youth Leader staff at Building Bridges Camp. Participating students must have previously attended Building Bridges Camp. This program  focuses on developing facilitation skills, dialogue immersions, and deeper exploration of historical and contemporary forms of oppression and movements for justice.  This 3-day retreat followed by 5 weekly sessions are required from June to August.

REQUIREMENTS: 

  • Attend a Building Bridges Camp
  • Be in high school
  • Attend all meetings & retreat
  • Past Youth Leaders must apply to continue

LOCATION:  Lazy Ranch, San Juan Capistrano, CA

RETREAT DATES: Friday, June 14 – Sunday, June 16

APPLICATION DUE DATE: Saturday, May 11 at 2:00 pm (by email on in person)

Download the SYLI application here.

For questions,  please contact Kathleah Pagdilao at kpagdilao@cacej.org or (562) 435-8184.

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Nomination Application

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1) Significant contributions to the Greater Los Angeles or Long Beach Community in the area of social justice/human relations
2) How they promote respect and justice among all people regardless of differences in race, religion, ethnicity, ability, sexual orientation, gender or gender identity
3) How they demonstrate commitment to social justice and human relations by way of service (if it’s at work, then above and beyond their paid scope of work)
4) Ways they foster inter-group, inter-faith cooperation
5) How they are connected to the Greater Los Angeles or Long Beach area

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