Great Britain Junior Branch (or GBJB) is made up of all juniors (aged 10 and above) within CISV Great Britain.
National Junior Branch
Every year GBJB hosts events for all ages, from ‘National Junior Branch Day’ in September - where everyone of all ages comes together - to weekend camps for many different age groups which explore educational themes at a more advanced level.
GBJB is organised by the JB Board, which consists of five members;
Senior National Junior Representative - Lara Lovenbury, Junior National Junior Representative - Rob North,
Events and Fundraising Coordinator - Elin Turton,
Communications Coordinator - Rachel Whitaker,
Treasurer - Kris Jefferson.
The JB Board plan Junior Branch events, and provide training to members. This JB training offers an opportunity for members to enhance their leadership and project management skills, while making friends from across the country and learning from CISV's core values.
For general information and any questions about GBJB, please contact our Junior Branch Board by clicking below.
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Project GB 2017
Project GB 2017 will run from 5th-12th August and is for 12-13 year olds!
It is a one-week long camp which works with a like-minded organisation for at least one day of camp, and costs £125 per participant.
The camp will be focused around one of our educational content areas; sustainable development, conflict and resolution, human rights or diversity.
Check out the video below made by last year's Staff team to see what you can get up to on a Project GB!
Local Junior Branches
Every month between September and July, each branch hosts their own JB meeting, run by two 'LJRs' (Local Junior Representatives), who are usually between 16-18 years old. These meetings are typically around two hours in length, and consist of both fun and educational group activities which promote cooperation, communication skills and CISVs core values of tolerance and respect.
How to get involved
To get in touch with your local Junior Branch, please email the following:
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