World Youth Alliance hosts membership drive

By Ajua Salomon

World Youth Alliance USIU-Africa Chapter (WYA USIU-Africa) one of the youngest clubs in USIU-Africa recently held its first membership drive at parking lot B. The event was a great success even beyond expectations. On that day, hundreds of students got to hear about World Youth Alliance for the first time in their life while a good number of them made the bold decision to join the baby club.

WYA Africa Region Office staff attended the event. Flyers containing a QR Code leading to the Club’s WhatsApp group were distributed and, within the next 24 hours, 70 participants joined the group. So far, thirty of the new members have enrolled for the first batch of a Certified Training Program in Human Dignity and Advocacy (CTP). Completing the CTP and obtaining the certificate allows a member to represent WYA in local and international events.

Students who join WYA USIU-Africa become part of a global non-profit coalition of young people committed to building free and just societies through a culture of life, a culture based on the dignity of the human person, family cohesion and individual holistic growth.

Members of WYA USIU-Africa and their leadership committee earnestly thank the Department of Student Affairs, especially the Clubs Coordinators for their constant dedication and support.

The Club will be hosting weekly meetings every Monday from 12: 40pm to 1: 20pm, and will also be having weekly classes for its new members who have enrolled for the Certified Training Program in Human Dignity and Advocacy (CTP), which began on Friday, February 10. CTP Classes will be happening every Friday afternoon from 2pm to 3:30 pm and every Saturday morning from 9am to 10:30.

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