“The next step is to do something about it. Once you feel empowered and you find something you’re passionate about and you feel there’s a need and a purpose, it’s just the obvious next step.” – Katherine Lorenz, SIT Study Abroad, Chile 2000
After 80 years, World Learning programs have generated more than 100,000 alumni, and this number is growing by thousands each year. The Exchange is a resource for alumni that helps build connections and empowers them to be leaders of social change through services, tools, and opportunities that include career services, fellowships, and lifelong Learning. The Exchange helps recent participants of all World Learning programs—The Experiment in International Living, SIT Study Abroad, SIT Graduate Institute, International Honors program, and our Washington, DC-based development and exchange programs.
The Exchange sponsors three signature fellowships that provide mentoring, training, and seed funding to a new generation of social innovators, leaders, and change agents:
If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact The Exchange team at email@example.com.
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 »
World Learning offers many giving options—from giving a gift of stock to leaving a legacy.Ways To Give »
World Learning hosts many events during the year. Find out when an event will be held in your area.Attend an Event »
World Learning empowers people and strengthens institutions through our education, exchange, and development programs. Learn about the impact our donors have in helping us to achieve our vision of a world with engaged citizens and vibrant communities. Continue »
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.