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The National Network Opposing the Militarization of Youth offers unpaid internships in support of school curriculum requirements. You may make a request for an interview with the steering committee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and submit a letter of intent to fulfill a program requirement. This letter of intent should include the name of your school or university, program or department, and adviser including the time that you are requesting an internship for as well as a copy of your scholastic and/or work and activism resume.

In addition to current posted internship opportunities that are posted below on this page by NNOMY, you are welcome to submit internship ideas that support our mission of youth demilitarization activism and may offer new insights into this activism through your own research. Please submit such a proposal in your letter of inquiry to our steering committee.

We wish to clarify with you that you will be assisting a network that engages with advocacy for peace groups nationally and that this network is political in nature and controversial in its activism.


INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Currently seeking two Communications Interns for Spring/Summer/Fall  2015 to assist on NNOMY Communications Projects

Internship Periods to be fulfilled are April through July 2015 / Opportunities for September through November 2015 also Available.

One to work out of the San Francisco Office of American Friends Service Committee's Wage Peace Program office and another to work out of the Chicago Office of American Friends Service Committee's Youth Peace Building and Justice Program office. A desk and computer will be made available to you and project oversight will be made by a NNOMY steering committee member of NNOMY volunteer staff person. You will be encouraged to develop a collaborative relationship with your co-intern and staff or committee overseer. Any internship evaluation requirement will be made collectively, as well, by interns and collaborators.

The internship for the National Network Opposing the Militarization of Youth will support the networks website and social media sites by aggregating content from the National list serve and by tracking the associated groups to keep all online communications current.
The position also presents opportunities for generating articles on issues relating to youth militarization in public schools by military recruitment efforts of the Department of Defense and the various programs that are designed to increase recruitment outcomes for the military.

These internships will also involve working with the NNOMY Communications staff and the NNOMY steering Committee to support their campaigns and development of support materials for affiliated organizations.

Desirable skills for these internships would be:

  • Critical thinking skills
  • Writing skills
  • research skills
  • Some knowledge of form submitted website systems
  • Knowledge of Social Media systems like Facebook, Twitter, and Google +
  • Some graphic design ability is desirable


Applicants should be able to work independently and follow the guidelines set by the steering committee and can organize their own work independently. Applicants must also be willing to study an orientation packet to familiarize themselves with the essential work and issues of the network. Though the Network has its address in the office of the American Friends Service Committee in Chicago, this is a telecommute position.

These positions are well suited for individuals who are politically progressive, and believe in activating for a peaceful world. You will be working with representatives from Veteran Peace organizations, Peace Churches, peace activists affiliated to The American Friends Service Committee, Fellowship of Reconciliation, Military Famlies Speak Out, and regional peace activist organizations.

Application Deadline: March 31st, 2015
(Please include a resume and cover letter indicating why you wish to complete this internship)

Please respond by email to:

Jesus Palofox
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773 234 3758

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Mahatma Gandhi“My religion is based on truth and nonviolence” ? Mahatma Gandhi


Your donation to NNOMY supports the National Network Opposing the Militarization of Youth's efforts to balance the message of military recruiters in our public schools where minors are routinely taught militaristic values and primed for recruitment through Department of Defense school programs designed for youth. Making a financial contribution supports NNOMY's national demilitarization work with activist organizations inside middle and high schools.

Martin Luther King, Jr. “Wars are poor chisels for carving out peaceful tomorrows." Martin Luther King, Jr.


Overhead is small and staffing is accomplished by dedicated volunteers. 100% of your donation goes to education outreach and supporting activists with support materials to engage in youth demilitarization work. Your donation funds national campaigns to raise awareness about the increasing militarization of our public schools, organizing activists materials for in-school presentations to educate students on the FULL PICTURE of military service, and our websites and social media channels, which receive 200 to 300 visits a day. NNOMY is the only network that performs a national networking role for counter-recruitment and youth demilitarization work.

Dorothy Day“I have long since come to believe that people never mean half of what they say, and that it is best to disregard their talk and judge only their actions.” ? Dorothy Day

 

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(Your donation is tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.)

through our fiscal sponsor Alliance for Global Justice. Make sure you select from the causes list, The National Network Opposing the Militarization of Youth (NNOMY), or make a check out to:

"NNOMY/AFGJ" and mail it to: AFGJ, 225 E. 26th St. Suite 1, Tucson, AZ 85713

NNOMY (National Network Opposing the Militarization of Youth) is a national networking body that brings together national, regional and local organizations to oppose the growing intrusion of the military in young people's lives.

Donate to NNOMY To:

  • promote communication and sharing of organizing skills and resources with peace groups and activists working in the schools;
  • stimulate collaboration between network members on projects that would advance our collective goals of school demilitarization;
  • facilitate nationally coordinated actions and campaigns to increase awareness about the increasing role the Pentagon plays in our public schools;
  • strengthen youth-led efforts on campuses and in communities to develop peace clubs and distribute alternatives to military recruitment; and
  • educate the broader activist community and general public on the need to become involved in these counter-recruitment efforts

Thank you in advance for your patronage


NNOMY Steering Committee

(As of April 21, 2020)  The NNOMY Steering Committee can be contacted in group at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Pat Alviso - Military Families Speak Out (MFSO) - National Coordinator, Long Beach, California

Kate Connell - Truth in Recruitment - Santa Barbara, California

Barbara Harris - Granny Peace Brigade - New York City, New York

Rick Jahnkow - Project on Youth and Non-Military Opportunities (Project YANO) - San Diego, California

Siri Margerin - About Face: Veterans Against the War - Civilian Ally Board Member - San Francisco, California

Jesus Palafox - American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) Midwest Region - Chicago, Illinois

Bill Scheurer - On Earth Peace - New Windsor, Maryland

 

 

Emeritus Steering Committee Members

Darlene Gramigna - American Friends Service Committee - Chicago, Illinois

Miranda Groux - The Resistance Center - Northampton, Massachusetts

Libby Frank - Northwest Suburban Peace & Education Project - Arlington Heights, Illinois

Seth Kershner - Winsted Area Peace Action - New Hartford, Connecticut

John Lindsay-Poland - American Friends Service Committee Bay Area Peacebuilding Program, U.S. West Region - San Francisco, California

Stephen McNeil - American Friends Service Committee Bay Area Peacebuilding Program, U.S. West Region - San Francisco, California

Joanne Sheehan - War Resisters League/New England Regional Office - Norwich, Connecticut

Chris Venn - San Pedro Neighbors for Peace and Justice - Los Angeles, California

Amy Wagner - Youth Activists - Youth Allies Network - New York City, New York

Pat Elder - National Coalition to Protect Student Privacy - Montgomery County, Maryland

 

Staffing

Rick Jahnkow - NNOMY Administrative staff volunteer - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Gary Ghirardi - NNOMY Communications staff person - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Selene Rivas  - NNOMY Communications staff person - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Fabiola Cardozo - Peaceful Career Alternatives Communications staff person - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Libby Frank - Peaceful Career Alternatives - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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Revised 01/17/2021

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helpThe National Network Opposing the Militarization of Youth works to balance the message of military recruiters in our public schools where minors are recruited and subjected to multiple programs of the Department of Defense. Making a financial contribution supports NNOMY's national demilitarization work with activist organizations inside middle and high schools. This strategic peace work needs to be coordinated on a national level in order to effectively fulfill this mission and NNOMY is the only organization that performs a national networking role for counter-recruitment and youth demilitarization work.

Click Here to Make a financial contribution to this work
Your donation is tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.

through our fiscal sponsor Alliance for Global Justice. Make sure you select from the causes list The National Network Opposing the Militarization of Youth (NNOMY), or make a check out to: NNOMY/AFGJ and mail it to: AFGJ, 225 E. 26th St. Suite 1, Tucson, AZ 85713

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