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Welcome Message from Carol Jenkins
For more than 85 years, World Learning has equipped individuals and institutions to address the world’s most pressing problems. We believe that, working together with our partners, we can change this world for the better.
On my travels, I’ve had the opportunity to meet with many of those who have joined us in this mission. In Baghdad, we’ve trained more than 2,300 Iraqi youth who are already giving back at home. In London, our partners in the TAAP Initiative strongly believe that we are all responsible to practice inclusion. And in Vermont, our Experiment in International Living and School for International Training participants prove every day that they have the tools and the determination to change the world.
Please join us in our pursuit of a more peaceful and just world.
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93 Iraqi Students Coming to Wayne State for State Department Program
Michigan Chronicle | July 6, 2018
Wayne State University will host 93 Iraqi students as part of the Iraq Young Leaders Exchange Program (IYLEP) for Undergraduates, a four-week summer exchange sponsored and funded by the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad and implemented by World Learning.
Georgia Teen Studies at STEAM Camp in Africa
Gwinnett Daily Post | July 5, 2018
High school student Cori Nelson was one of nearly 100 young women from the U.S. and five African countries who came together in Namibia this June for the Women in Science (WiSci) Girls STEAM Camp.
World Learning Inc. CEO Carol Jenkins appointed to InterAction Board of Directors
InterAction | June 20, 2018
World Learning President and CEO Carol Jenkins has been appointed to the board of directors of InterAction, a Washington, DC-based alliance organization consisting of more than 180 nongovernmental organization members.
U.S. Tackles African Youth Gender Technology Divide
CAJ News Africa | June 18, 2018
The Women in Science (WiSci) Girls STEAM Camp is bringing together nearly 100 high school girls opportunities to explore science, technology, engineering, arts, design and mathematics (STEAM) in Namibia.
World Learning and MEPI Hone Youth Skills in Algeria
MEPI | June 17, 2018
World Learning Algeria and the U.S.-Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) are helping young Algerians enter the workforce with tailored training at career centers across the country.
IVLP Program Helps Media Counter Violent Extremism in Nigeria
AllAfrica | June 13, 2018
Nigerian journalist Chiemelie Ezeobi writes about his experience in the U.S. on the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) and what he learned about how media can help counter violent extremism.
World Learning Inc.’s Carol Jenkins and Lynne Maguire on INSIGHT
WHUT | May 31, 2018
World Learning Inc. President and CEO Carol Jenkins and Board Chair Lynne Maguire discuss the organization's mission for worldwide unity through its outreach and study abroad programs.
How ‘Black Panther’ Is Teaching College Students About Foreign Policy
The Hollywood Reporter | May 31, 2018
World Learning Special Advisor Donald Steinberg's class at Dartmouth College has students explore foreign policy by imagining how the fictional King T'Challa of Wakanda would approach international outreach and development assistance.
Exchange Alumni Tackle Opioid Crisis
DipNote | May 17, 2018
World Learning's Alumni TIES program convened alumni of U.S. government-sponsored exchange programs tin Cleveland to discuss how they could use their skills and knowledge to address the opioid crisis and help those affected by it.
Global Threads Launch An Online Magazine Covering Ohio’s Bhutanese and Nepali Refugees
WKSU | April 23, 2018
World Learning's Communities Connecting Heritage group, Global Threads shares how they're working to document traditions from Ohio’s resettled Bhutanese and Nepali refugees on WKSU.
Explore Argentina or Mongolia by Horseback with The Experiment
Equestrian Living | April 11, 2018
Each summer The Experiment brings students to Argentina and Mongolia to immerse in the local culture and experience a horesback riding adventure.
Carol Jenkins: ‘When Girls Are Equipped to Change the World, They Will’
Council on Foreign Relations | February 15, 2018
In recognition of International Day of Women and Girls in Science, World Learning President and CEO Carol Jenkins explains why STEAM education matters.
University of Kentucky Archaeologist Serves as Fulbright Specialist in Croatia
University of Kentucky | January 12, 2018
University of Kentucky archeologist, Paolo Visonà, had a unique opportunity to travel to Croatia on the Fulbright Specialist Program to teach and learn about monetary circulation before the Roman conquest.
Reflections by a Fulbright Specialist on Environmental Justice in Germany
University of Maryland- School of Public Health | January 10, 2018
Fulbright Specialist Devon Payne-Sturges reflects on environmental justice in Germany.
Bermuda Hosts First American Fulbrighter
Bernews | January 10, 2018
Fulbright Specialist Valerie Palamountain from Piedmont Virginia Community College makes history as the first Fulbrighter in Bermuda.
Ghanaian Inspired to Launch Food Bank After U.S. Exchange
The Christian Science Monitor | January 5, 2018
Volunteering at a Seattle-area food bank while on the International Visitor Leadership Program inspired Eric Darko to establish Eastern Harvest Food Bank when he returned to Ghana.
Global UGRAD Student Going for It All
Wright State University | December 11, 2017
Milica Knezevic, a Global UGRAD student from Serbia, finds creative ways to participate in sports like scuba diving, skydiving, and rugby as a person who uses a wheelchair.
Texas Tech College Professor to Share Soil Science as Fulbright Specialist in India
Daily Toreador | December 8, 2017
Texas Tech College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources professor David Weindorf will spend two weeks at the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur in India to share his knowledge about soil science as a Fulbright Specialist.
SIU Professor to Share Math Expertise in Taiwan as Fulbright Specialist
Southern Illinois University | December 4, 2017
Southern Illinois University professor Cheng-Yao Lin will share his perspective on mathematics knowledge and education as a Fulbright Specialist in Taiwan.
Koforidua Food Bank supports 2,000 beneficiaries in 3 months
Citi FM Online | November 28, 2017
Since IVLP alum Eric Darko launched the Eastern Harvest Food Bank in Ghana, the organization has provided assistance to more than 2,000 people aged 50 and older.