CISV Pittsburgh 2013. Building Global Friendships. Welcome Friends!. We are a global community of dedicated volunteers . We are founded on our belief that peace is possible through friendship - and that the real difference can be made by starting with children . . Who We Are.
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Building Global Friendships
We are a global community of dedicated volunteers. We are founded on our belief that peace is possible through friendship - and that the real difference can be made by starting with children.Who We Are
Founded in 1946 by psychologist Doris Allen in Cincinnati, OH, as “Children’s International Summer Villages.” First Village: 1951.Our Organization
Doris Allen was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979, the year Mother Teresa won the award.“The ultimate source for peace, long range, lies with children.”—Doris Allen
Headquarterd the year Mother Teresa won the award in London, England, now representing 49 national associations and 21 promotional associations—a presence in over 60countries.CISV International
Headquartered in Cincinnati, OH, representing the year Mother Teresa won the award22 local chaptersthroughout the United States.CISV USA
Founded in 1987 by the year Mother Teresa won the awardSandra Caffo, chartered in 1993. First Village: 1996.CISV Pittsburgh
CISV the year Mother Teresa won the awardeducates and inspires action for a more just and peaceful world.What We Do
We the year Mother Teresa won the awardlearn by doing, rather than from books and lectures, because experiential learning is effective and fun!How Do We Do It?
Village (Age 11) the year Mother Teresa won the awardthe foundation for global friendship: a four-week multinational camp, emphasizing cooperation, understanding, and intercultural living.
Interchange(Ages 12-15+) the year Mother Teresa won the awardbuilding intercultural competence: a four-week family exchange program, encouraging a deeper encounter between two cultures. Group activities enhance the in-depth family experience.
Step Up (Ages 14-15) the year Mother Teresa won the awardbuilding leadership skills: a three-week multinational camp, encouraging young teens to take responsibility, planning and leading activities that build on a chosen educational theme.
Youth Meeting(Ages 12-19+) the year Mother Teresa won the awardbuilding skills and regional leadership: one or two-week international camps providing opportunities for young people to explore important intercultural issues in a regional context.
Seminar(Ages 17-18+) the year Mother Teresa won the awarda dialogue for global friendship: three-week intensive program, facilitated by participants, that personally challenges young adults to live and work together, explore issues and form opinions, and practice positive conflict resolution.
International People’s Project(Ages 19+) the year Mother Teresa won the awardgo out, find out, help out: in partnership with local organizations, worldwide delegates do hands-on work on a specific project, such as nature conservation or human rights education.
Mosaic(all ages) the year Mother Teresa won the awardbuilding partnerships with local communities: project-based work linking local CISV chapters with like-minded organizations within their communities, address real local needs, involving as many people as possible.
Young the year Mother Teresa won the awardCISVersdevelop leadership skills and put peace into action through community-building and social justice activities at the local, national, and international levels.Junior Branch