CPT INTERNATIONAL: Apply by April 1 for CPT September Training in Berlin/Germany

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CPTnet
March 13, 2016


CPT INTERNATIONAL: invites applications for the
next Christian Peacemaker Teams Corps training organized in Berlin/Germany in
September 2016. Deadline April 1, 2016.

Does Christian Peacemaker Teams’ style of peacemaking, confronting injustice,
and undoing oppressions work fit with yours? Is now the time to take the next
step and join the Peacemaker Corps? For the second time in the history of CPT,
training for new Corps members will take place in Europe, this time in Berlin/Germany.
The training will be held in English. Upon successful participation in the
training, you will be eligible to apply for any of CPT’s stipended positions on
one of our projects as well as any position at the administrative level.

If you are interested and you have participated in one of CPT’s delegations (or
planning to do so in the next few months), please send your application to join
the CPT Corps training by April 1, 2016. The training will take place in
Berlin/Germany from September 1 to October 2, 2016. You can find the instructions
for the application process at: https://www.cpt.org/participate/peacemaker/apply.

CPT is committed to anti-oppression work both in and out of CPT and seeks others
interested in this work. If you have any questions, feel free to email Kryss
Chupp, Personnel Coordinator, at personnel@cpt.org. 

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