ICYMI: September Edition

Introducing Kim Lamar!

Earlier this month, ONE welcomed Kim Lamar to the Campus family. If Kim looks familiar it’s because in 2016, she started a ONE chapter at her alma mater, the University of Montana. After a year of AmeriCorps she’s come back to ONE to lead the chapter in the central region of the country. The Campus team can’t wait for you to get to know Kim and her awesomeness. (A special blog post dedicated to getting to know Kim is in the works, so keep an eye out for that!)

 

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Today’s the day!! Lobby day!!

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Back to school

September marks the beginning of another academic year and ONE Campus Leaders hit the ground running by hosting interest meetings and tabling at student activities fairs. Engaging with their campus community and mobilizing their peers to take action are integral parts of leading a campus chapter. Thank you to all the chapters for kicking the semester off right.

 

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Come to Miles 233 TONIGHT for our lobbying workshop! Enjoy useful info on how to be a great lobbyist, free snacks, and a chance to WIN!

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World’s Largest Lesson

Speaking of engagement, ONE Campus released its latest toolkit as part of the World’s Largest Lesson. With this toolkit, campus chapters have been registering and teaching lessons on three Global Goals: good health and well-being (Goal 3); quality education (Goal 4), or gender equality (Goal 5). Given that a lesson can take many forms, from a more in-depth lesson for college students to a shorter lesson for middle school students, ONE Campus is looking forward to seeing how chapter members will use their creativity in building their lessons. Read more about the World’s Largest Lesson campaign here.

Good reads from September

  • Check out what ONE’s Faith Fellow, Wendy Dimas, has to say about advocacy in faith communities.
  • Learn about how this initiative works with female cocoa farmers to make cocoa production more sustainable, create a more transparent supply chain, and help farmers thrive.
  • Here are five ways you can participate in democracy and create change in the world.

Want to join ONE Campus in making the Global Goals a reality? Find out how you can be a part of the World’s Largest Lesson here

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