Welcome to the Students for Global Citizenship Club (S4GC) webpage!
Students for Global Citizenship is an official student club at Brookdale Community College. Members are active in events that bring about awareness of global issues to the Brookdale Community. We meet on the second and third Thursdays of each month during the regular semester. Our meetings are held in MAN 106 and they run from 11:30 am to 1:15 pm (during “College Hour”).
Noteworthy: Brookdale’s S4GC was cited in a 2015 article published by the American Council on Education as a “model from the field” for global and intercultural student organizations (Internationalizing the Co-Curriculum: Global and Intercultural Education, pg 16).
- Student President: Mona Patel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Founder and Lead Faculty Advisor: Terry Konn (email@example.com)
- Faculty Co-Advisors: Kelsey Maki (firstname.lastname@example.org), Lisa Zermane (email@example.com), Bianca Shumanov (firstname.lastname@example.org)
2015-2016 Meeting Dates
- November 12,19
- December 10, 17
- February 11, 18
- March 10, 17
- April 14, 21
S4GC Upcoming Events
- Catherine Packer (Global Citizenship Seminar): Thursday, Nov. 19th 11:30 am – 1:15 pm (Lincroft SLC Nav I, II, III) Have you ever thought about what it means to be a woman in a different part of the world? Join us for an enlightening and inspiring talk from Dr. Catherine Packer, who is a research associate in the Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH) department at FHI 360. She has worked for universities and non-governmental organizations in various parts of the world.
- S4GC & Friends Club Tables: Tuesday, Nov. 17th 11:30 am – 1:30 pm (Lincroft SLC Lobby) Students for Global Citizenship (S4GC) and other campus clubs will have tables aimed at raising awareness of global health issues. There will be a S4GC bake sale in which the proceeds will support the construction of a water well. Please help us raise money for those in need!
- S4GC Trip to the UN: Friday, Nov. 20th
- Improve the lives of others by promoting human rights
- Empower students to take action and raise awareness about global issues
- Create educational opportunities (e.g., speakers, workshops, panels, action groups) to increase awareness and activism
- Provide resources for students seeking involvement in community service projects
- Collaborate with Brookdale-based and community-based organizations that are devoted to bringing about awareness and change
Come, join us!