Inspiring Millennials to “Use Their Difference to Make a Difference” by Highlighting Globally Minded Leaders
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Inspiring Millennials to “Use Their Difference to Make a Difference” by Highlighting Globally Minded Leaders

Today’s post comes from our newest partner first featured in the February Wrap-Up post from last week, Use Your Difference Media!  Use Your Difference Media, founded by Tayo Rockson (CEO and President) and Lauren Zelek (CMO/VP Development & Partnerships) in December 2014, is a multi-media company that empowers people all around the world to use … Continue reading »

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February Wrap-Up: Updates from Our Partners
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February Wrap-Up: Updates from Our Partners

Today’s post marks the beginningof a new initiative: the last Wednesday Wisdom post of every month will be dedicated to announcing updates from our experiential partner organizations. See what each organization is up to, whether it be a new initiative, a star volunteer, or an exciting new program, below. New partner: Use Your Difference We … Continue reading »

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Exploring the Badlands with the Band
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Exploring the Badlands with the Band

Today’s post comes from Pavel Reppo, the co-founder and band manager of our partner organization, The Wayfaring Band. Pavel has been involved with the special needs community since 2006, when he first began working for Adam’s Camp. He finds magic in spending time with the special needs community and kids in general, and his experiences working … Continue reading »

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Stepping in or stepping on? : Imperialism showing up in day-to-day life abroad
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Stepping in or stepping on? : Imperialism showing up in day-to-day life abroad

Stacey Williams is passionate about helping students engage in questions about themselves and about the world. International educator and traveling yogi, she currently leads students on a Global Gap Year with our partner, Thinking Beyond Borders. She captures her personal journey and learning at www.staceystravels.com.  With maturity, Stacey describes in this post how imperialism appears … Continue reading »

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Bridging the Gap Between the Data and the Faces
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Bridging the Gap Between the Data and the Faces

Today’s post comes from 2014-2015 Global Health Fellow Jen Zhu with our partner organization Global Health Corps. Jen is from the great state of North Carolina, and is currently working with Millennium Villages on improving health systems in Uganda. In this post, Jen reflects on the importance of not only recording the facts, but recognizing … Continue reading »

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How much is a picture worth?
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How much is a picture worth?

Today’s post comes from Elizabeth Haffa, a Fellow with our partner organization Global Health Corps. During her graduate studies for an MPA at Monterey Institute of International Studies, Liz worked as a microfinance intern with the community organization Haitian American Caucus in Haiti. She spent the past year working with Action, a non-profit domestic microcenter … Continue reading »

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