Name of Organization: The Global Center for Systemic Change Outcomes, Research, Evaluation and Development (GCSCORED, Inc.)
Journal of Global Engagement and Transformation (JGET): The official transdisciplinary, blind peer reviewed, electronic publication of GCSCORED, Inc.
The JGET is a fully Open Access peer-reviewed journal in line with the SHERPA/RoMEO green policy rating.
Journal of Global Engagement and Transformation(JGET)
JGET DOI Link: https://doi.org/10.52553/2572455X
Submission Email: email@example.com
Publication dates: JGET will be published twice per year: Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter
The Mission of GCSCORED, Inc.: Renew Minds, Transform Lives and Create Safer Communities
The Objective of JGET
Our objective at the Journal of Global Engagement and Transformation (JGET) is manifold:
- To highlight and share the transformative work of practitioners across various disciplines that contribute to safer communities and improved lives.
- To serve as a conduit for scholars, facilitating the translation of their academic work into practical, real-world solutions that foster safety and transformation in communities.
- To advocate for and advance the social and emotional development of individuals at all life stages, from children and youth to adults.
The Aspiration of JGET
JGET aspires to transcend disciplinary confines, fostering a broader transdisciplinary discourse on the social and emotional factors shaping an individual’s life trajectory. In an era marked by hybridity, diaspora, border-crossing, intercultural communication, multilingualism, and globalization, such a conversation is critical.
Our dedicated editorial team at JGET is committed to publishing culturally responsive, innovative, practical, and applicable interventions based on a systems approach. We welcome conceptual manuscripts, professional commentary, and scholarship that can be translated into real-world applications. Our focus is on promoting the relationship skills, social connectedness, emotional, behavioral, academic, college, and career development of children, youth, and adults in a rapidly changing world.
JGET Insights: Quick Takeaways on Current Topics and Trends
JGET Insights offers concise, informative snippets featuring perspectives and opinions on trending topics, current issues, policy developments in counseling, mental health, social work, psychology, religion, education, and public health, intriguing reads, and other areas influencing culturally responsive mental health education, relationship cultivation, social-emotional education, and the social determinants of an individual’s life journey. Please note, the views and opinions shared in this section reflect those of the individual authors.
Submissions for the JGET Insights section of JGET should be no more than 500 words. These pieces are typically solicited by the editor, however, we welcome inquiries from interested parties. Please include “JGET Insights” in the subject line of your correspondence.
Yvonne I. Murray-Larrier
FOUNDING PRESIDENT OF GCSCORED, INC