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Youth Journalism International
June 19, 2010

From economic problems to serious ecological hazards happening in the world today, our quality of life as we know it is under constant threat. That's why it's refreshing and relieving to know, first hand, that there is an organization out there who devotes it's energy into a positive cause in the most genuine manner. Youth Journalism International is doing a wonderful public service by expanding the voice of journalism to sources you won't be able to find in your run of the mill, agenda driven media today. I have had the privilege to personally get to know the founders of YJI, and I am honored to say that they are great friends of mine. The work they have done so far should serve as a template for other nonprofit organizations on how to conduct themselves. With the economy on the brink of shambles, it's hard to trust a reliable source for anything without feeling like someone is out to rip you off for their own personal gain. YJI is as pure and genuine as it gets, as they bring light to voices and readers from all around the world of all walks of life. Their efforts in the global community should be commended, and they will always have my full support and loyalty to help with the group.

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My teenage years I spent as writer under the guidance of YJI's founders. The experience they provided helped me tremendously in my life and there is no doubt that they've reached the lives of many people all around the world.

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How frequently have you been involved with the organization?

About every week

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2010

MY ROLE:
Volunteer & I was a teen journalist and now serve as a staff alumni.