Younger adults at General Assembly (GA) represent a range of experiences and identities. We are college students; we are young professionals. We are lifelong UUs; we are newcomers to the faith. We are single; we are partnered; we have children. We are thoroughly involved in this religious movement; we may want to be; we may not know how to be. All of us are committed to Unitarian Universalism and to its growth and vitality in the world.
In previous years young adults formed a caucus at GA, but this year we have shifted toward “Young Adults at General Assembly” or YA@GA. To learn more about this transition and the opportunities for young adults to participate at GA, see our Frequently Asked Questions.
Connect with YA@GA on Facebook.
Read our Blue Boat blog post.
These young adults were elected to serve as Co-Facilitators:
To contact the co-facilitators, please email youngadults @ uua.org.
The Young Adult Caucus staff for GA 2014 includes a worship coordinator, a community engagement coordinator and a program coordinator.
For more information about these roles and an application, download "YA@GA Volunteer Staff Openings" (PDF, 3 pages). The application deadline for these staff positions is December 6, 2013.
Several forms of financial aid and scholarships are available to young adults needing assistance in attending General Assembly. Volunteers have their registration paid in exchange for a number of volunteer hours at GA. General GA scholarships are available and young adult specific scholarships are also available; applicants are considered for both scholarship programs through their one application form.
Information about housing at GA, including hotels, home hospitality, and an email list to assist with finding roommates can be found at the General Assembly Housing page.
For more information contact youngadults @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Friday, November 22, 2013.
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