The success of the seminar depends upon the talent of volunteers who contribute their time, energy, and skills. The Unitarian Universalist Office at the United Nations is looking forward to the 2022 Spring Seminar, expected to take place in New York City (with opportunities for online participation) April 22-24, 2022.
The annual UU@UN Intergenerational Spring Seminar is a landmark event that for 63 years has provided an opportunity for Unitarian Universalists from around the United States and Canada to connect, learn, and engage with international human rights issues at the United Nations. The program has a distinguished reputation for inspiring young global activists and renewed commitment to our UU 6th Principle: the goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all.
Open Volunteer Positions for 2022 Intergenerational Seminar
Planning Committee Positions
This Intergenerational Seminar will take a broad and intersectional view of working towards justice – we hope that our Planning Committee will reflect the diversity of identities that exist in our world. Candidates who are Black, Indigenous, people of color, Hispanic/Latinx, LGBTQ+, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
- Spring Seminar Chaplains: The Seminar Staff includes two Adult Chaplains and two Youth Chaplains. Their role is to provide a listening ear to participants who need to process the spiritual or emotional impact of their experience. Must receive chaplain training prior to start of the seminar. $400 stipend and all fees for Chaplains, including registration, travel, food, and lodging are covered by UU@UN. Applications for Youth Chaplains are still being accepted.