It's a sure sign that summer is coming to a close as we say goodbye and THANK YOU to our MICAH Youth Intern. We asked her to name some learnings from her experience: Three important lessons I have taken from my internship at Genesis 1. My opinions are far more important than I ever gave myself credit for When I first came into the Genesis office I was surprised that Genesis leaders would double check with me about events, trainings, and important decisions. My words were key
Former Genesis Vice Chair and member of the Almagamated Transit Union 192 (a Genesis Member), Nathaniel Arnold, was recognized by AC Transit for saving someone's life while driving an AC Transit bus. Nathaniel was driving across the Bay Bridge when he witnessed a hit and run accident between a car and a motorcycle. He used his bus to stop traffic on his lane behind the downed motorcyclist to protect the motorcyclist from being run over and killed.
Nathaniel called the polic
The word "intergenerational" is often tossed around in conversations amongst adults, with little to no youth presence. According to the pew research center, millennials are increasingly religiously unaffiliated and reject religious labels. As the new generation of millennials fall into the category of the “unchurched” generation, people of faith have begun questioning their stance as a community. How will their community grow without youth? Just this week, Genesis held it’s