It Takes a Village to Raise a Fellow
Ambassador / Wednesday Wisdom

It Takes a Village to Raise a Fellow

Today’s post comes from Devin Faris with our partner organizations S.O.U.L. and Global Health Corps. After working with refugees and people affected by HIV near Kampala, Uganda, and after numerous visits to Bujagali, he relocated to New York City to complete his M.A. in International Education with hopes of one day returning. Devin is a 2014-2015 … Continue reading »

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My ‘exceptional’ first few weeks
Partner / Wednesday Wisdom

My ‘exceptional’ first few weeks

Today’s post comes from Lindsay Seligman with our partner organization Global Citizen Year. Lindsay is passionate about studying foreign languages and promoting intercultural understanding. Lindsay has been deeply inspired by her education and the opportunities she has had to travel. One of her goals in life is to do something to make education and opportunity … Continue reading »

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Why Gap Years Are Essential For Those Who Don’t Think They Need One
Ambassador / Partner / Wednesday Wisdom

Why Gap Years Are Essential For Those Who Don’t Think They Need One

Today’s post comes from Michelle Kincaid, a 2013 Omprakash Ambassador Grant recipient and worked in Lima, Peru with Partner, Building Dignity. She will begin pursuing a BA in International Relations with a pre-med track at Syracuse University this fall. We chose this post because of Michelle’s humble expression of her careful self-reflection, not to mention … Continue reading »

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