Be One, Give One is the name of a campaign that was recently launched to encourage people around the world, particularly students and young senior friends, to demonstrate what WSCF means to them by contributing whatever amount they are able - even if it is just the smallest denomination of their currency - one peso, one rupee, one euro, one dollar.
The Movement in Photos
"Breaking the Chains: Mass Incarceration & Systems of Exploitation" April 17-20, 2015.
Limited scholarships will be available from EAD, based on need, for young adults (Ages 18-35 ONLY). These scholarships will only apply to partial or full waivers of the registration fee, but will not apply to transportation or food costs (aside from the lunches included with the registration fee). There may also be additional scholarships available based on denominational affiliation. Please, do not hesitate to contact the WSCF-NA if you are interested in joining the delegation and if you are in need of extra scholarship funds.
NOTE: Deadline for EAD Scholarship Requests is February 28. 2015.
Support WSCF....$1 Minimum Fundraising Campaign
Check out the first issue of Face to Face India Program Newsletter. The stories cover events from September 5 - Octover 30,2014. Enjoy!
A new date has been confirmed for February 27- March 5, 2015. Click here for a letter from our General Secretary and Chairperson, Christine Housel and Horacio Mesones respectively, regarding the change of plans for the General Assembly.
The World Student Christian Federation – North America and the Student Christian Movement –USA are delighted to introduce to Ms. Sarah McCune, newly hired Student Christian Movement (SCM)-USA National Coordinator. Sarah will be primarily responsible for planning the National SCM-USA Leadership Training Program to be held in Spring 2015. Part of her responsibilities will be to help SCM-USA in movement building and growth and to facilitate the connection of existing, new and forming SCM-USA chapters to the national movement as we move forward to our national conference next year.