Wait, there is more! CISV isn’t just about the travel program.
The Junior Branch is for all local CISVers between the ages of 11 – 18. It is an opportunity to develop intercultural and leadership skills through local educational and social activities. The Junior Branch is the very heart and soul of CISV, and members enjoy year-long activities that include monthly meetings, activities such as bowling and mini camps, and participating in events to support local charities. The JB is open to all local youth members. The JB has been a part of each local chapter around the world for the last 40 years. All JBs are part of A Global Movement who All JBs work towards the JB Goals. All JBs are constantly developing and are self-governing entities,
The JB Goals describe what JBers hope to achieve by taking part in Junior Branch. The JB Goals are:
The JB takes part in global initiatives such as supporting the International Day of Peace. JBs are self governing because we strongly value electing our own leaders. JB advances leadership by taking charge of running their own activities. JB gives youth the chance to take action and plan their own events and activities, from arranging activities for youth from the entire chapter.
JB gathers several times throughout the year for fellowship and community service:
See events details of upcoming events.
Presidents/LJRs: Luke Bowen and Josie Rieck
Vice Presidents/LJR Elects: Will Kotoski and Claudia Horning
Secretary: Sam Baker
Historian: Audre Lewis
Community Chair: Lindsey Weyant
JB Representatives: Ethan Epperson, O’Neil Rudolph, Kalina Kulig, Lane Rieck
11-12 year old Representative: Neve Clifford
Community Committee Members: Andrew Busch, Sophia Hartgrove, Isabelle May, Celia Morin, Ellie Adams
JB Advisor: Julie Schuldt