Center for Native American Youth to Host Online Chat
The following information was supplied by the Center for Native American Youth.
As part of Generation Indigenous (Gen-I), the Center for Native American Youth (CNAY) is hosting a series of Gen-I Engagement Chats online for youth. We have had two chats so far and both have had great participation from youth, community members and tribal leaders. If you are a Native youth interested in learning more about the Gen-I Challenge or CNAY’s Youth Ambassador program, join CNAY on April 22 at 8:00PM EST for the third ONLINE chat. Please RSVP here if you plan to join!
The chat will focus on the Gen-I Challenge, with a special emphasis on taking the Challenge and a preview of the Gen-I kick-off event at Gathering of Nations in Albuequerque, NM on April 23. Participants can ask questions about the Challenge, share updates on their progress, talk through their process in completing the Challenge and discuss issues that Native youth face. More information about the Gen-I Engagement Chat is provided below.
Date: April 22
Time: 8:00 PM EST
Where: www.gen-i.chatango.com (directions below)
Topic: Gen-I Challenge
Discussion Question: What’s the biggest challenge you face in getting other youth in your community to engage in service projects?
To join the Gen-I Engagement Chat, you will go to www.gen-i.chatango.com. Once you get to the chat platform, click “Set Name” in the bottom right hand corner so we know who is on the call. You don’t have to create an account, but please be sure to create a temporary name with no spaces (example: ShoniSchimmel). Once you’ve created a name, you’re all set and ready to chat!
We hope you are able to join us for the April 22 chat! Just a reminder, there is no call-in information since this chat will occur online, but we hope that you RSVP in advance here. Our next Gen-I Engagement phone call will happen on April 30 and we will share information as we get closer to that date. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to CNAY by contacting [email protected] or (202) 736-2908.