From Detroit to Madrid, Sydni followed her commitment to improve youth education around the world. Discover how her internship with the Social Services Center of Los Yébenes in Spain reinvigorated her passion – one which inspired us a student-focused, mission-driven, organization.
Hannah spent her semester in Cape Town activley involved with organizations and activities such as the Equal Education Society, Disrupting Whiteness talks, and Investment Society. Previously, she interned with PeacePlayers International.
Reed's passion to learn first-hand about social issues in Buenos Aires was made evident through his work with the Pilares Center to teach English to children and establish a tutoring program for the Center.
Ileana’s musical talents mixed with her passion for social justice and economics flourished during her time in Vienna. She created musical compositions and conducted global research, acting as a positive force for change.
Sophia spent her semester abroad volunteering at SOS-Kinderdorf, where she mentored refugees from the Middle East during her time in Vienna. She formed new friendships, where she learned of the linguistic, cultural, and socioeconomic barriers refugees face first hand.
Alice's ongoing efforts in Cape Town shed light on HIV-prevention and gender equality, where she worked with local organizations such as Sonke Gender Justice and Community Media Trust. Studying abroad gave her a new perspective and a new found purpose for the future.