Date: Saturday, April 6, 2013
Time: 12:30pm – 6:00pm
Location: Fort Scott Field
Address: Storey Ave at Lincoln Blvd, San Francisco, CA
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/134189453429635
Do you love fun and adventure? Do you enjoy role-playing? Do you want to make a difference in humanitarian situations? Taiwanese American Professionals – San Francisco (TAP-SF) will be volunteering at the UCSF’s Complex Humanitarian Emergency (CHE) Training. We will help to simulate a refugee crisis and play the roles of soldiers, customs officers, refugees, civilians, and NGO volunteers.
The CHE training teaches UCSF students skills and concepts required in complex humanitarian emergencies based on real events in Syria and Turkey. TAP volunteers will be assigned roles and will help to confuse, ally, direct, and subvert the student teams. Every effort is made to create a realistic environment for the participants.
The training will be a fun and interactive time at a beautiful location. Food will be provided and it is free for volunteers. Don’t miss the opportunity to volunteer for this exciting training!
Please note: This event is limited as far as the number of attendees. Priority will be given to TAP members first so please become a member if you aren’t already. You can become a member by following online directions here: http://tap-sf.org/membership/ This event is FREE for both members and non-members.
Please email Diny Huang at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP for this event.