“Planning is well underway for the Clinton Global Initiative America Meeting, which will take place June 12th – 14th in Atlanta, GA at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis. CGI is currently recruiting volunteers to join them for the event. Each year over 150 volunteers play an integral role in making CGI America a success. To check out testimonials from past volunteers, click here and look for the Volunteer Testimonials tab. In addition, we’d like to share a video highlighting the overall volunteer experience and invite you to view this video here.
We encourage you to join CGI America for this exciting opportunity. Apply here to be a 2016 CGI America Volunteer:
- Select “Register Now” (the green button in the upper left hand corner of the website) to begin the application process.
- The application deadline is Friday, May 6, 2016
CGI America brings together leaders from the business, philanthropic, NGO, and government sectors to develop solutions for economic growth, long-term competitiveness, and social mobility in the United States.
Hosted by President Clinton and Chelsea Clinton, CGI America’s annual convening is designed to be a working meeting that promotes collaboration and actionable ideas. In addition to attending Plenary Sessions and networking events, meeting attendees join one of ten topic-specific Working Groups that each meet multiple times throughout the conference. Since the first meeting in 2011, CGI America attendees have made more than 500 Commitments to Action, which have already improved the lives of nearly 2.4 million people.
To learn more about the Clinton Global Initiative and the 2016 CGI America meeting please visit their website.
If you have any questions or would like to learn more about the 2016 CGI America meeting and the Volunteer Program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you in advance for applying and donating your time, talents and energy in making the 2016 CGI America a success! We look forward to receiving your application and appreciate your spirit of volunteerism and service.”