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 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 Stacy Williams, a social service coordinator turned social justice educator who currently leads students on a Global Gap Year for Thinking Beyond Borders.
One of our Partners, SOUL Foundation, likes to challenge the norm (and we love it!) They ask the question, “What does a Poor Ugandan Mother think of a “mzungu” foreign visitor?”, and the answer, as you’ll read, is a bit jarring at first: not much.
Today’s post comes from Alice Brower, a senior at Carrboro High School in North Carolina. She is a student in Matt Cone’s Global Issues class and was introduced to Everyday Ambassador. Next year Alice hopes to be able to attend a bridge year program before starting college.
Today’s post comes from Muyombi Araphat, a S.O.U.L. sponsored student. He lives in Kyabirwa Village with his mom who is the leader of one of S.O.U.L.’s chicken groups and also graduated from S.O.U.L.’s tailoring program.
Today’s post comes from Bidushi Adhikari, a Women LEAD Intern. Bidushi studied in Woodstock School, India, and graduated in June, 2013. She is originally from Kathmandu, Nepal, where, currently, she is spending a gap semester. She interns for Women LEAD and for Spotlight News Magazine. Bidushi hopes to start her undergraduate study in the United States …