Educate. Engage. Empower. (NYC)
Ready to be an active citizen and give back to local communities? Join Generation Citizen at Pace to bridge the gap between Pace students and NYC public schools.
Generation Citizen at Pace University is a chapter of Generation Citizen that works to encourage the student body to become active citizens. With the help of more than 300 Democracy Coaches (DC) across 17 campuses nationwide, Generation Citizen empowers young people to solve problems in their own communities through rigorous action-civics courses.
And GC at Pace is looking for Democracy Coaches and Civic Allies to join the team.
Democracy Coaches are the heart and soul of chapters. If you’re passionate about education and political advocacy and interested in partnering with teachers in middle or high school classrooms to teach an innovative, twice-weekly, action-based civics curriculum, this position is for you.
Civic Ally positions are more flexible and give students the opportunity to lead advocacy workshops and teach campus peers how to lead effective advocacy, and strengthen and grow their GC chapter, with minimum time requirement.
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Pace students partner with people with developmental and intellectual disabilities from the AHRC NYC to present "The Art of Appreciation" on December 16 in NYC.
Visual Storytelling (NYC)
If you’re a fan of electrifying alternative rock music and you haven’t checked out The Serotones, featuring band member and Pace student April Rose Gabrielli ‘15, and managed by Pace student Heather Brown ‘16, then here’s your chance on January 10.
In his latest post, President Friedman discusses the tragic deaths of Eric Garner, Tamir Rice, Michael Brown, and Rumain Brisbon, and the work left to do in our country.
President's Blog: All Lives Matter