Here are ways to get involved with PeaceJam and its curriculum:
PeaceJam Curricular Programs
A standards-based curriculum that integrates conflict resolution and character development through the childhood stories of12 Nobel Peace Laureates, and a Global Call to Action project.
Builds leadership, social skills, and personal identity through studying the lives of Nobel Peace Laureates, and engaging in a Global Call to Action project.
Builds civic engagement, peacemaking skills, and understanding of social justice issues. Students complete Global Call to Action projects and study one Nobel Laureate each year, culminating in an annual conference with that Nobel Laureate.
If you are interested in implementing PeaceJam with your student group, please contact the PeaceJam Southeast affiliate office at (850)645-8782 or email Rody Thompson, Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Florida State PeaceJam Opportunities
Students at Florida State University participate in all aspects of the PeaceJam program. They provide leadership on planning committees, work with youth on the PeaceJam curriculum, engage in the Global Call to Action, and serve as mentors at PeaceJam Conferences. FSU students are encouraged to join PeaceJam at FSU, our registered student organization.
If you are interested in teaching PeaceJam curriculum in the Leon County schools, contact Carlo Morante at email@example.com.
Become a PeaceJam Mentor
Lead youth from around the region and join our guest Nobel Peace Prize winner, Kailash Satyarthi, at our spring conference for an incredible weekend of events designed to teach youth to create change in their communities.
Mentor applications are now open. Apply by Feb. 5 at 11:59 p.m.
For information about PeaceJam at FSU, contact Amore Rodriguez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PeaceJam Slam and Conference:
We encourage FSU students to play a leadership role in these two major events. For further information contact Amore Rodriguez by email at email@example.com.