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The Scholars-Internship Program
As The Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change was envisioned by Coretta Scott King to be a living memorial to Dr. King, the Scholars-Internship Program was created to teach new generations about the philosophy and methodology which animated his life and work.
From 1974 through 1992, more than 200 students from across the country and throughout the world were introduced to nonviolence and transformed by our experiences at The King Center. Many of us continue to be guided by nonviolence in our personal and professional lives, extending the Beloved Community wherever we are by our presence and our treatment of others.
King Center Trainers – Coretta Scott King Era
We call different places home, but for each of us, The King Center is the home where we learned to envision nonviolence as a way of life and as a method for social change. We invite each of you to come home. The Center is forming an alumni network for all who participated as scholars, interns, and former trainers.
The King Center Alumni Network aligns with Mrs. King’s vision to build a coalition of people committed to research, education, and nonviolence as a means of creating the Beloved Community. We would love to connect with you.
Please fill out the form below so we can collect your contact information as we create a network of alumni and plan for future events. We look forward to hearing from you and welcoming you home!