is the Youth and Militarism Program Analyst for the American Friends Service Committee's
has been involved in human and civil rights discussions related to the U.S. colonization of Puerto Rico, college anti-war activism and support for U.S. political prisoners and prisoners of conscience.
works to educate young people about the risks, horrors and misconceptions of military life including: Recruiter Lies, Conscientious Objection, Selective Service Registration, U.S. Militarism around the Globe & in the Public Schools.
Oskar's knowledge specialties include the expansion of the Junior Reserves Officer Training Corps (JROTC) in high schools, the administration of the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test, and the impact of the No Child Left Behind Act on military recruitment.
travels widely to lead counter-recruitment trainings, workshops, and discussions.
is currently one of the key architects of the National Network on the Militarization of Youth (NNOMY), a network of counter-recruitment organizations from around the US.
Oskar spent ten years working with young people in college as a recruiter and career developer before joining AFSC six and a half years ago.