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UNICEF Campus Initiative Newsletter

Throughout the weekend, multiple speakers and activities helped define what it truly means to be a global citizen. The experience made Alvarenga realize that, “we are not limited to the citizenship of our country of origin or country of residence. International issues are human issues. And although we may legally have a country we call ours, we are all a part of this world. We are a part of a global community. We must understand what it means to be a global citizen; a person who calls this world their home. Thus, protects it as such. And every human being that is also a part of it."

Nations Secretary General’s Envoy on Youth, and Caryl M Stern, President and CEO of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF. Their passion filled the room with inspiration.

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Students gathered after the Hunger Banquet on Saturday, Oct. 12th, 2013.

At the 2013 Leader of the Year – Ahsan Ahmad Benedictine Campus Initiative Alumni of the Year Award Recipient – Sam Summit, awards were Pudelski given to proud groups and individuals that Phi Lota Alpha Colony of the Year Award have gone above and Recipient – The Zeta Chapter at Hofstra beyond to make zero a reality during the 2012-2013 academic Campus Challenge Winner – year. Each winner 1. The Ohio State University received a framed certificate, a copy of I Believe in 2. University of Texas at Dallas Zero by Caryl M Stern, and a scholarship of 3. University of Puerto Rico $200.00 for groups and $100.00 for individuals for future national or regional UNICEF campus initiative events. The winners of these awards were nominated by their peers and chosen by the U.S. Fund for UNICEF staff.





Rising Star of the Year Award – Florida International & Queens College Club Collaboration of the Year Award – The Ohio State University Member of the Year Award – Lian Kariuki from Green Mountain College 2

Campus Initiative October 2013 Newsletter  

October recap featuring the 2013 Campus Initiative Summit, Campus Initiative Award Winners, and Trick or Treat for UNICEF highlights.