GenJ has a lot of great programs. Many of these programs are complimentary. None are quite as complimentary as
Meeting One: I get up and talk about my congressman and senator at our meeting. We then decide to all write them a letter about healthcare and cap-and-trade. That is one requirement down. That was easy. I go home, register for the
Meeting Two: Our club president and I decide it would be great to keep doing
Meeting Three: Bring a couple non-GenJ friends to the GenJ club meeting where we discuss current events and plan for a volunteer trip next month. One of my friends loves it, and wants to join us in our volunteer work next time. He signs up for GenJ and marks me as his referral. Great! That is my one GenJ referral.
Meeting Four: Our club president and sponsor organize a trip to volunteer for the campaign of Joe Conservative who is currently campaigning against Bob Liberal. I like Joe, and I get my five hours of volunteerism credit for
Meeting Five: I bring in my completion essay to exchange it with my friend who is better at Grammar than I am. He marks a couple of errors, and I edit it and then send it to the
Meeting Six: I wear my GenJ T-shirt that I just received for completing my
…Well, it is interesting to think about at any rate. Bring it up at your club. You may be interested in one of the higher prizes, maybe one of the scholarships, but wouldn’t it be great if you could complete many of those requirements with a group of your friends?