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Registration is now open for PeaceJam Northwest's 2018 Youth Leadership Conference, featuring

2003 Nobel Peace Prize winner Shirin Ebadi.



Professional Development Opportunities

There are many opportunities to gain Professional Development in PeaceJam's award-winning curriculum, either by participating in the full, in-person curriculum training, the online introductory training, or in small segments that can be tailored to suit your needs.  Below are listed some upcoming PD events.  Registration links will be live shortly.

  • February 18th, 2018:  PeaceJam Professional Development: Social Justice, Community Engagement, and Project Based Learning.  1-4pm at the Oregon Education Association's Central Office in Tigard, OR.  REGISTER HERE

If you are interested in hosting our team of experienced educators for a Professional Development Session at your district, school or learning community, contact northwest@peacejam.org to schedule.  Please plan at least 30 days in advance.


Internship and Volunteer Positions:

There are many ways to work with PeaceJam and to lend your gifts to the vision of inspiring even more youth to take action to solve the big issues.  Applying for a formal internship is an excellent way to gain experience in community organizing, event planning, educational outreach and program coordination.  If you are interested in any of our internship or volunteer opportunities below, please email northwest@peacejam.org to inquire.

UO students and other adults: If you are near Eugene, Oregon, interested in volunteering and looking for an amazing cause and a great group of people to volunteer with, consider helping out on our Leadership Team.  Email northwest@peacejam.org to express interest. 

Launch of PeaceJam Coaches Program:

As our partnership with the University of Oregon deepens, more and new U of O students will be studying PeaceJam's service learning model, curriculum and Laureates, designing their own social change service projects, and getting certified to provide aid with PeaceJam programs in area schools.  If you are a teacher or adviser of a PeaceJam club in Lane County, and would like to request a skilled UO student to hold an info-session, visit your class, or help advise an after-school club, contact us at northwest@peacejam.org.

Save the Date! 

April 6th  Public Talk by Shirin Ebadi at the EMU Ballroom, U of O, 7:00- 8:30pm

April 7th-8th  PeaceJam Youth Conference with Shirin Ebadi at the University of Oregon.  Registration opens January.


 See what a PeaceJam Conference is all about:






Who We Are

PeaceJam Northwest exists as a collaboration between the University of Oregon, which acts as our host and sponsoring University, and the LEARN Foundation, our local fiscal sponsor through which we offer K-12 programming and professional development.

At the University, we work in collaboration with:

  • the Office of International Affairs
  • Global Justice Program/ Savage Endowment
  • the Holden Center for Leadership and Community Engagement
  • the Division of Undergraduate Studies
  • the Division of Equity and Inclusion
  • the UO PeaceJam Club

In addition, we contract with schools and districts throughout the Pacific Northwest to provide curriculum and professional development in PeaceJam's award-winning service-learning program.


Academy of Arts and Academics

Eugene School District 4J

Linus Pauling Middle School, Corvallis

Portland Community College

Ridgeline Montessouri School, Eugene

Seven Oaks Middle School, Lebanon

Springfield High School


Northwest Regional Coordinator,

Darren Reiley




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