El Cajon Trip

Students visit refugee children

and families for a day of fun.

Jan. 16 2017

 

Speaker Series

No Place like Hope w/ Mohammad JD:

How to Help Syrian Refugees

Thursday, Nov. 10 at 6PM IN MRF340

  SC Students Organize 4 Syria presents:    “No Place Like Hope” featuring author, filmmaker, and guest speaker Mohammad JD. After three defining months in the refugee camps of Greece, Mohammad— dubbed "The Pulse" of Eko camp— is back to raise awareness about the plight of refugees bound in camps. From providing around-the-clock emergency medical care to teaching first-aid & English classes, Mohammad will discuss the importance of opening borders and the many ways YOU can get involved and make a difference to the refugee communities in the camps.     Outside of his humanitarian work, Mohammad is a filmmaker and an author— currently working on his latest book about Syrian refugees. Mohammad is also a student in a graduate anesthesia program. Check out his Instagram page @mjd_theoldsoul    Join us to learn first-hand about how you can volunteer your efforts and contribute to one of the worst humanitarian crises of our time. Please RSVP and share— this event is open to the public.

SC Students Organize 4 Syria presents:

“No Place Like Hope” featuring author, filmmaker, and guest speaker Mohammad JD. After three defining months in the refugee camps of Greece, Mohammad— dubbed "The Pulse" of Eko camp— is back to raise awareness about the plight of refugees bound in camps. From providing around-the-clock emergency medical care to teaching first-aid & English classes, Mohammad will discuss the importance of opening borders and the many ways YOU can get involved and make a difference to the refugee communities in the camps. 

Outside of his humanitarian work, Mohammad is a filmmaker and an author— currently working on his latest book about Syrian refugees. Mohammad is also a student in a graduate anesthesia program. Check out his Instagram page @mjd_theoldsoul

Join us to learn first-hand about how you can volunteer your efforts and contribute to one of the worst humanitarian crises of our time. Please RSVP and share— this event is open to the public.