Animal Writes
From 5 September 2004 Issue

Intern/Volunteer Opportunity

The organizers of the Grassroots Animal Rights Conference, to be held at New York University, February 18-21, 2005, want to work with activists like YOU to develop the content of our conference.

Opportunities are available for both formal internships, as well as volunteer positions to assist in contacting speakers, evaluating proposals, prioritizing content types, and developing an overall conference framework to plug content into.

If you'd like to find out more about how you can get involved, call me at (201) 968-0595 or email [email protected]

You can also participate in the Agenda Working Group working group conference call Monday, August 23rd, at 9 PM eastern time.

We will discuss building a structure for conference content, contacting speakers and setting up workshops, panels, protests, etc., and publicizing our call for proposal for content at the conference. If you want to help plan what's actually going to be happening at this conference, please join us for this call.

To get on the call, dial (413) 200-7060 and then type 33935# when prompted.

The call cost is no different than a regular long distance call. If you can't afford long distance, we can cover the cost of a phone card for you or bring you into the call via three-way calling, so please let us know by calling (201) 968-0595 or by emailing [email protected]

I hope you will choose to be part of our Agenda planning team and I look forward to working with you!

For Animal Liberation,

Adam Weissman
Agenda Coordinator
Grassroots Animal Rights Conference

P..S. Volunteers are also needed for our Outreach, Logistics, and Fundraising/ Finance working groups. You can write to [email protected] or wait for details to be posted to this list.

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