Young Leaders Creating Big Change
There is plenty going on in today’s world and things are changing quickly everyday. From poverty to… [more]
High School Students: Join us for Global Scholar 2014!
EXPLORE GLOBAL ISSUES. LEARN TO LEAD. FIND YOUR PASSION. CHANGE YOUR WORLD. BE A GLOBAL SCHOLAR! Global… [more]
Now Seeking: Fellows and Team Members for Summer 2014!
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Calling all young global leaders who seek to change the world! We can help!
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Voices From Our Network …
Danny Hall is currently serving as a Global Health Corps fellow and program manager with Strengthening Decentralization for Sustainability, a US Agency for International Development project based in Kampala, Uganda. This is a bit of a career change for him as he previously worked in finance (mostly … [Read More...]
There is plenty going on in today’s world and things are changing quickly everyday. From poverty to climate change, we all have a cause. Today’s youth are tomorrow’s change makers, but we say, “why wait?” Youth are doing so many amazing things to build a better world! Whether engaged in social … [Read More...]
Rachel Merker works as a Short Term International Intern in Uppsala, Sweden with Cru, a global Christian ministry. Her role as an intern there is to facilitate the growth of a Cru student movement at the local University. This means she spends her days networking with and mentoring students, … [Read More...]
By Matt Vaughan I’d like to draw your attention to the “complicated” relationship between “We the People” of the United States and our members of Congress. If you’re like the majority of Americans,your lack of confidence in Congress is at an all time low. It seems one of the few things Democrats, … [Read More...]
By Jesse Tabak Iran, a nation long out of reach for Western powers, has recently been experiencing a thaw in its typically-frozen foreign relations. The primary reason for this change is a fundamental shift in ideology through a new government under President Hassan Rouhani. Prior to this past … [Read More...]
EXPLORE GLOBAL ISSUES. LEARN TO LEAD. FIND YOUR PASSION. CHANGE YOUR WORLD. BE A GLOBAL SCHOLAR! Global Scholar 2014 American University, Washington D.C. July 20 – August 2, 2014 www.globalscholar.org Global Scholar is an intensive global leadership program for rising high school juniors … [Read More...]
Kait is the Managing Director for a non-profit organization called Uganda Village Project (UVP) working in Iganga, Uganda. It is a public health NGO currently implementing programs in 13 villages in Iganga district. Program areas include malaria, HIV/AIDS, family planning, obstetric fistula, … [Read More...]