JUNTA Fall 2018 Event –CRISIS CONNECTIONS PRESENTATION
October 10, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm PDT
JUNTA presents Crisis Connections (formerly the Crisis Clinic) 7pm on October 10, 2018. If you are interested in a volunteer opportunity with this unique Seattle gem of a resource, come and meet Shelena Yarukhina, Talent Acquisition Specialist. At Crisis Connections you will gain valuable crisis response skills assisting locals reaching out for support–wonderful experience for graduate work in psychology and education and anyone wanting to develop relational listening and crisis support skills! RSVP to Sara Beth Lohre 206-953-9810 by text or email [email protected].
Origin of JUNTA
Where did JUNTA come from? In 1727 Benjamin Franklin created the Junto, a group of “like-minded artisans and tradesmen who hoped to improve themselves while they improved their community.” The Junto was a discussion group for issues of the day; it subsequently gave rise to many organizations in Philadelphia.
In Fall 2013 a group of Antioch University Seattle students began a grant writing course as they began to envision professional projects, programs, and niches toward social justice. This group has since evolved into a larger mutual improvement support group.
Fall 2014 marked the first JUNTA retreat on Orcas Island where students shared experience, challenged understanding, and developed awareness of the group’s passions, aims, investments, and goals. Students of AUS are recruited through courses with Sara Beth Lohre and through peer relationships with JUNTA members. All AUS students and alumni are welcome to join us!