Intern in Seattle or Africa with UBL, a local development NGO!
UBL (Unboxed Lives) is a grassroots, non-profit organization founded in Seattle WA. Our goal is to work with forward-thinking leaders in villages and communities in Africa and break the bonds of poverty. Unboxed Lives engages in community projects, youth and women’s programs, as well as community project support.
Right now we are helping to establish a Rescue Center for abused and neglected children and a Community Medical Clinic in Kisumu, Kenya. We are looking for eager, enthusiastic individuals who ready to work together to empower communities to bring themselves out of poverty. We have many opportunities available from fundraising, media relations, event planning and even trips to Africa to visit communities we support (costs paid by students).
In our info session the founders of UBL lives, Kolena and Tanner Colton, will be presenting more information about UBL and about how you can get involved. Former UW student and current volunteer Andrea Radick will also be sharing her experience in Africa and with UBL for you. Hope to see you there.
Tuesday, January 29
12:30 – 1:20pm
Thomson Hall 317
No registration required
To learn more about UBL please see http://www.facebook.com/unboxedlives
Director, Career Services & Alumni Relations
Jackson School of International Studies