Today’s post comes from Amanda Mitchell, a communications volunteer in Cambodia with PEPY Tours, a social enterprise tour company and Learning Service, an advocacy group promoting responsible volunteer practices. She recently graduated from Lee University with a dual degree in public relations and anthropology and believes understanding cultural differences is essential for communications professionals. You …
We are thrilled to announce Omprakash as a new partner to EverydayAmbassador.org! Omprakash connects volunteers with grassroots organizations around the world with the goal to be a raising the bar for international volunteering and professionalizing the work of NGOs. We love their commitment to thinking about the ethics of international volunteering and to creating dialogue …
Today’s piece comes from EA’s own Audrey del Rosario. Audrey, our Brand Strategist, is one of our newest team members and is sharing today an experience that got her thinking on what EA is all about. I chose Audrey’s piece for today to help us all remember that living outside our comfort zones is a hard thing to do, and that that’s okay. If it was easy we wouldn’t have EA.org!
Today’s post comes from Santul Nerkar, a junior at Carrboro High School in Matt Cone’s Global Issues class. He was lucky enough to visit India this past winter to look further into his passion, and is looking forward to what his next experience will be!
Today’s post comes from Katherine Williams, a Global Health Corps fellow, originally posted on the GHC blog. She has worked as a research assistant to a cancer epidemiologist, for World Vision’s Health & HIV team in Washington DC, and for the Himalayan Family Healthcare Project in St.Louis Missouri.
Today’s post comes from Emma Rockenbeck, a gap year student with Thinking Beyond Borders. Before starting at Allegheny College next year, Emma is on TBB’s Global Gap Year West.
Today’s post comes from Kaitlyn Johnke, a gap year fellow in Senegal with Global Citizen Year. Kaitlyn is passionate about traveling and educating others though community service.