“The rise or fall of a nation depends on the young people of that nation. We are conducting national university student training for the sake of the spiritual formation of those students. We have to prepare the proper environment for the students to sprout and grow.”
Rev. Dr. Sun Myung Moon and Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon
Olympic College, WA (Sept)
University of Hawaii at Manoa (Sept)
ACTIVE FROM LAST YEAR:
1. California State University, LA
2. Chabot College
3. College of Southern Nevada
4. Cornell University
5. Cypress College
6. East LA College
7. El Camino College
8. Grand Rapids Community College
9. New Jersey Institute of Technology
10. North Lake Community College
11. Pasadena City College
12. University of Bridgeport
13. University of California, LA
14. University of Nevada, Las Vegas
1. University of California, Davis
2. California State University, East Bay
3. California State University, Long Beach
4. University of California, Irvine
5. University of California, San Diego
6. Harper Community College
7. Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis
8. University of Oklahoma
9. Stephen F. Austin State University
10. Prince George’s Community College
11. Salt Lake Community College
ACTIVE FROM LAST YEAR:
1. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
2. Florida International University
1. Bunker Hill Community College (MA)
2. New York
3. Illinois State University
4. Oakland College (MI)
7. Ohio State University
8. University of Texas, Austin
9. University of Texas, Dallas
11. University of California, Berkeley
ACTIVE FROM LAST YEAR:
Alhambra High School (CA)
Alta High School (UT)
Santa Monica High School (CA)
(from Registration Fees & Donations)
Chapter of the Year Award: Cypress College
Global Citizen Award: Josue Kisile
Chapter Adviser Award: Dr. Stephen Barton from Grand Rapids, Maha Afra from Cypress College
Unsung Hero Award: Atsushi Takino (NJIT)
Rising Chapter Award: Chabot College, College of Southern Nevada
Honorable Mention: Chicago and Seattle.
Model Student Award: Sungkeel Yamada (University of Bridgeport)
Unsung Hero Award: Mia Taguchi (College of Southern Nevada, student), Keisetsu Nakamura (NJIT, student), Satomi Kikuchi (Cal State LA, alumni), Hisae Mori (Chabot, parent volunteer), Maiko Shimogawara (Cypress, parent volunteer)
Global Citizen Award: Jermaine Bishop (CARP LA)
Advisor of the Year: Greg and Keiko Breland (University of Bridgeport), Kazuya Morita (Chabot College), Grace Apiafi (PCC)
Chapter Service Award: Chabot College (led by Junta Naito), Honorable Mention: NJIT
Standing Up for Principled Viewpoint Award: CARP Las Vegas (hub including UNLV and CSN)
Standing Up for Principled Culture Award: Cypress College (led by Ori Rodriguez), Grand Rapids Community College (led by Josue Kisile)
Teamwork Award: North Lake College
Rising Chapter Award: Chicago (led by Zaiya Konno), IUPUI (led by Yoshika Iwamoto and Aika Callahan), Olympic College (led by Hyunggil Woo)
Honorable Mention: HARP Utah (led by Eun-young Hwang)
Developed by: Dr. Robert Beebe, Christine Froehlich, and a team of advisers
Expenses in 2018: $5,919.24
6 Presentations finalized and professionally designed on the topics of: Worldview, Thought Trends, Marriage & Family, Education, Love & Sexuality, Media
August Intensive attended by Josue Kisile, Takafumi Mashiko, Teresa Rischl, Jinil Fleischman, Jennifer Pierce, Dr. Beebe, Gerry Servito, Mi Young Eaton.
Fall Semester used by:
Grand Rapids, Las Vegas, Texas, Bay Area
Curriculum Intensive in January 2019 for more Student Leaders to have exposure.
CARP Bay Area
CARP Bay Area Serves!
MLK Day of Service (Jan 13)
“Feed the Hood” (April 15)
Rebuilding Together Oakland Service Project (April 28th)
Chabot Garden Clean Up (Feb 19/Sept 28)
CARP Bay Area Guest Speaker
CARP Bay Area hosted Bento Leal on campus during their CARP Talks several times this year.
Bento Leal is a certified relationship skills trainer and gave talks about building and healing relationships to CARP members.
CARP Las Vegas
CARP Las Vegas: Let’s Talk about Sex
Both Spring and Fall Semester, CARP Las Vegas hosted Campus Talks on its two campuses, College of Southern Nevada and University of Nevada, Las Vegas, on the topic of sexual morality.
Guests who are experts in the field were invited to speak on the topics.
CARP LV made t-shirts to publicize their event with great success.
Spring: Sex and Morality
CARP LA: Cypress Colloquium
On October 12, CARP Cypress hosted over 80 students, faculty, and pastors on campus to bridge the relationship between professor and student.
Packed with inspiring speeches, presentations, and performances, it was an unforgettable event.
CARP LA: Turning Point
From December 26 to January 1 (2019!), CARP LA hosted their annual Turning Point Workshop at the International Peace Education Center (IPEC) in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Over 100 participants from college to high school level participated in this seven day deep dive into Principle.
CARP North Lake
CARP North Lake makes “The Wave”
CARP Dallas had a dream to reach out beyond their campus and inspire other students.
They created a new program, “The Wave”, in September for students to gather and experience CARP’s Principles.
Activity-based and interactive, the Wave is incredibly successful.
CARP Grand Rapids
CARP Grand Rapids’ Peace Starts With Me Conference
On November 15, CARP Grand Rapids hosted guest speaker Ricardo De Sena to talk about his work with the Universal Peace Federation and the ideal of peace.
Collaboration with Grand Rapids, Indiana, and Chicago
The Midwest chapters held two retreats this year: one in May (pictured above) and one in December (pictured below).
They had guest speakers give an in-depth presentation about the Principle and did activities.
CARP Utah Summer Divine Principle Retreat
Inspired by summer’s programs and retreats, CARP Utah President Alicia Kuhlmann and the Utah team planned a retreat for their community in August.
CARP and HARP Utah Winter Retreat
On December 28th and 29th, the CARP and HARP chapters in Salt Lake City, Utah, hosted a two-day retreat focusing on the theme, Living a Principled Life.
Presentations were given by local CARP and HARP leaders.
At the beginning of every semester, CARP chapters host a table to recruit new members and share about CARP.
Every week, local chapters hosted meetings on campus and discussed Principle and application.
Chapters also hosted longer evening programs (usually monthly or biweekly) to dig deeper and do fun activities.
Ex) Ignite, Vision Night, The Wave
CARP chapters also invested into the relationships with their members by hosting various social gatherings throughout the semester.
CARP Chicago Tribe Talks
CARP Chicago hosted Tribe Talks three times a month starting this past Fall Semester. Engaging people of their community and their student peers, they have become very popular.
CARP IUPUI ’s First CARP Meeting
October 24, 2018
CARP UC Davis’s First CARP Meeting
October 27, 2018