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Global Anabaptist Peacebuilders Institute

                                    

GAP Alumni Program

Calling all Global Anabaptist Peacebuilders Institute alumni! Come join us for a time of reconnecting with fellow GAP participants and faculty, exploring peacebuilding in the Sonoran borderlands, and helping shape the future of GAP Institute.  

Alumni are invited to participate in the GAP Alumni at the Border course on the on the U.S./Mexico border directly following the Alumni Program at Fresno Pacific University. 

When is the GAP Alumni Program?

June 26-June 28 at Fresno Pacific University, California 

June 29-July 5, 2014 at HEPAC in Nogales, Mexico

PASSPORT REQUIRED for GAP Peacebuilding Program in Mexico.

 

Cost: $1,000 per participant is paid by West Coast MCC

 

Application Process

Space is limited to 5-6 alumni from each year of GAP. Click here to apply. 

May 9: applications due; May 15: applicants will be notified of acceptance

PASSPORT REQUIRED for GAP Peacebuilding Program in Mexico.

 

 

Who are the Global Anabaptist Peacebuilders?

Global Anabaptist Peacebuilders are young leaders from across the country who gather for a week to learn together what it means, as an Anabaptist, to respond as a follower of Christ in an increasingly interconnected world. Learning at the GAP Institute takes place in the context of the Central Valley of California, a place ripe with opportunities to learn. The GAP Institute takes you out of the classroom to experience the world around you, giving you tools to take to your own communities. Course are designed to invite you to engage in questions from theological, economic and environmental perspectives. Field trips, activities and hands-on experiences make learning, experiencing and engaging difficult issues that arise in an interconnected world exciting and meaningful.