IRC Networking Hour: Global and Multicultural Education (G.A.M.E.)
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IRC Networking Hour: Global and Multicultural Education (G.A.M.E.)

IRC networking hours give community members the chance to get to know each other and the IRC's organizational partners' work in the international space in Kansas City. On Wednesday, September 18, please join us at Nonprofit Village as we get to know the international work of Global and Multicultural Education (G.A.M.E.). Refreshments provided; admission is free with RSVP.

When: Wednesday, September 18, 2019
6-7:30 p.m.
Where: Nonprofit Village
31 W. 31st Street
Kansas City, Missouri  64108
United States
Contact: Matthew Hughes
(816) 426-2632

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About G.A.M.E.
Global and Multicultural Education (G.A.M.E.) is a non-profit, tax-exempt membership organization with the primary purpose of building grassroots public support in promoting international and intercultural understanding, educating for diversity, global citizenship, human rights, the environment and peace. G.A.M.E. strives to inspire the Greater Kansas City community to transform into a global community. They believe education provides the sensitivity and understanding that humankind on planet earth shares the same destiny regardless of nationality, ethnicity, race or religion. Education also creates a positive attitude and a sense of global community.

Registration and Parking

Admission to this networking event is free with RSVP. Please do RSVP so that we can prepare adequate refreshments. 

31 W. 31st St. is directly behind the Bank of America building that is on the corner of Main St. and W. 31st St. Please park in the Bank of America parking lot; do not park in the 31 W. 31 parking lot.


Event Schedule

6:00    Registration and networking
6:30    Welcome and introductions to G.A.M.E., the Nonprofit Village, and the IRC
7:00    More networking
7:30    Event closes


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