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PeerCorps High: Pittsburgh 2020-2021

PeerCorps High welcomes 9th - 12th graders who are passionate about creating a better world through service, social justice, and Jewish leadership. Participants commit to a year of programming that includes weekly activities (either in person or virtual, depending on our ability to gather!). These weekly sessions include deep learning about justice and local issues, leadership development, and meaningful volunteering to support our community during this difficult time of a global pandemic. 

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Program Schedule
PeerCorps High will meet weekly on Tuesdays from 4:30-5:30pm via Zoom (or in person if that becomes possible). The fall cycle begins the second week of September and runs through the second week in December. The fall cycle dates and themes are listed below:

September 1st
-Orientation/Welcome to PeerCorps! September 8th
-Local context and history -What does it mean to volunteer in a community other than your own? September 15th
-Racial justice and white privilege September 22nd
-Sukkot and food justice -Volunteering September 29th - Off week!
October 6th
-Economic justice -Volunteering October 13th
-Indigenous rights and colonialism October 20th
-Facilitation and leadership training October 27th - Off week!

November 3rd

-Voting rights -Volunteering November  10th
-Education justice -Volunteering November 17th
-Ability Status -Volunteering November 24th - Off week! December 1st
-Ageism and social isolation -Volunteering December 8th
-Closing Hanukkah Party! December 15th - Flex week

PeerCorps High Application Questions
As part of this application, we want to begin to get to know you: your story, your interests, and what brings you to this program. With that in mind, please answer each of the below questions with a paragraph.

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