AEYN is always looking to expand its intercultural community of American, Egyptian and global youth leaders and supporters. To stay informed about our events and programs, please Subscribe to our listserve. To take a more active role in the community, please apply to become a Chapter Fellow below!
I. WHAT ROLE DO CHAPTERS PLAY?
AEYN has launched pilot chapters in New York City, Boston and Washington, D.C. Chapter Fellows will work closely with AEYN’s Chapter Presidents in each city to establish a local AEYN presence and organize events and programs in their communities.
The goals of AEYN Chapters are to:
Recruit and engage AEYN members and develop partnerships with local multicultural organizations making a difference at home and abroad
Encourage contributions to AEYN’s blog, newsletter, and other media outlets to facilitate intercultural dialogue on important issues impacting our communities
Organize educational, cultural, and social events to strengthen network ties and promote understanding and collaboration between American, Egyptian and global youth leaders and supporters.
II. WHAT DO CHAPTER FELLOWS DO?
We encourage you to get involved with a Chapter in your community by applying to become a Chapter Fellow. Chapter Fellows will help to:
- Spread the word about AEYN to family, friends and colleagues
- Provide logistical support to Chapter Presidents in planning and executing events
- Attend and publicize events hosted and sponsored by AEYN and multicultural organizations in the community
- Contribute to AEYN’s Blog by sharing your own intercultural experiences and perspectives on issues of relevance to American, Egyptian and global youth leaders.
Fellows are expected to commit a few hours per week to Chapter activities. If you are interested in becoming a Chapter Fellow, please apply below.