It takes a global presence to have a global impact. Since its founding, World Learning has built this presence through local networks and programs in dozens of countries, transforming countless lives in the United States and abroad.
Your participation and financial support allows us to build on years of success and to have an even greater impact in those areas in which we are already so strong. It allows us to foster new generations of people with the skillsets and mindsets to be effective global leaders and citizens. Watch the video on the right to learn more.
Please join our effort today to help create the changemakers of tomorrow. Become a member of one of our many giving societies:
|Global Visionaries: $100,000 and above||Sandanona Club: $2,500 to $4,999|
|President’s Leadership Circle: $50,000 to $99,999||Donald and Leslie Watt Society: $1,000 to $2,499|
|Global Ambassadors: $25,000 to $49,999||Gordon Boyce Society: $500 to $999|
|World Learning Society: $10,000 to $24,999||Sojourners Club: $250 to $499|
|Odyssey Club: $5,000 to $9,999||World Learning Supporter: $1 to $249|
World Learning works to empower a new generation of global leaders to tackle the challenges of peace, development, and democracy. Help us meet the challenges that youth face today.Donate »
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World Learning is a supporter of the William James Foundation, which will hold its Annual Gathering in Washington, DC, July 24–26. WJF is a community of leaders that help accelerate businesses that make money while also making the world better. Their 2014 Annual Gathering highlights some of the best emerging social entrepreneurs and the mentors, investors, and community that supports them. Join and register today! Receive 30% off with the partner discount code "PartnerAG2014ppc" or volunteer for at least four hours and attend the conference for free.
SIT is hosting an all-SIT class reunion for alumni on the Brattleboro, Vermont, campus the weekend of August 8–10. Registration is now open and attendees are also encouraged to submit a session proposal.
This event will be held in Washington, DC (event location to be announced) in association with SIT’s 50th anniversary.