• WiSci Girls STEAM Camp in Malawi Begins July 30

    Newsroom America   |   July 24, 2017

    The 2017 WiSci Girls STEAM Camp will bring together 100 students from Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, Liberia, Tanzania, Zambia, and the U.S. to learn about coding and app development, engineering and robotics, micro- and molecular biology, satellite mapping, and sustainable development. World Learning is the implementing partner for WiSci 2017.

  • Tulsa Reputation Grows As International Location

    GTR Newspapers   |   July 24, 2017

    Tulsa Global Alliance, one of World Learning's partners, is helping build global communities through exchange programs that give local residents and international visitors opportunities to build relationships and strengthen citizen diplomacy.

  • Bahamas Students Selected for U.S. Exchange Program

    Tribune 242   |   July 18, 2017

    Six students from LN Coakley High School in the Bahamas will participate in this year's Youth Ambassadors Caribbean exchange program to the U.S. to learn about leadership and civic engagement.

  • Catching Criminals, With an Assist from our IVLP Exchange Program

    Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs   |   July 12, 2017

    World Learning's International Visitor Leadership Program was proud to administer this three-week professional exchange initiative that brought more than 100 judicial, law enforcement, and security officials from around the world to the U.S. to discuss and examine mutual threats to international peace and security with the goal of increasing diplomacy and safety.

  • The University of Montana Hosts 25 IYLEP Students This Summer

    NBC Montana   |   July 12, 2017

    Learn about how IYLEP for undergraduate students studying at the Wilderness Institute at the University of Montana are building peace through environmental and cultural preservation.

  • World Learning Delegation from Belarus visits Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital

    Community Advoacate   |   May 5, 2017

    As part of World Learning's Community Connections program, a delegation of 10 Belarusian professionals in the field of therapeutic rehabilitation visited Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital in Westborough, Massachusetts, to learn more about the facility's services and best practices.

  • Experiment Alumna Establishes School Food Rescue Program

    The Gazette   |   May 4, 2017

    Isabella Nuñez's trip to India with The Experiment Leadership Institute inspired her to start a food rescue program at her high school to help local organizations in need.

  • Egypt STEM School Alumna Encourages New Grads to be Persistent

    Qatar Foundation   |   May 2, 2017

    Yasmine Mostafa, an alumna of World Learning's Maadi STEM School for Girls in Egypt, delivered the keynote speech at this year's Qatar Foundation Convocation and emphasized the importance of persistence in pursuing your dreams.

  • Building Bridges Through the Digital Young Leaders Exchange Program

    KPBS   |   March 9, 2017

    Learn about how the Digital Young Leaders Exchange Program helps build mutual understanding by connecting students from Iraq and the US through a four-month virtual exchange.

  • World Learning Tackles Management Skills In-House

    InsideNGO   |   February 6, 2017

    World Learning's recent management skills workshop, one just one of many professional development opportunities the organization provides for staff.

  • Transformational Leadership Program Participant Connects Kosovars Abroad

    USAID   |   November 17, 2016

    A participant of our Transformational Leadership Program shares how she is helping young Kosovars apply for international studies around the world.

  • An Experimenter Finds Lasting Cultural Connections in China

    Ciao Bambino!   |   September 29, 2016

    Maya Guzdar spent her summer in China with The Experiment forming lasting cultural connections she will carry with her for a lifetime.

  • World Learning Participant Named One of Gates Institute’s 120 under 40

    120 Under 40   |   September 23, 2016

    Barwani Msiska, a participant in World Learning's Malawi Scholarship Program, has been named one of this year's 120 Under 40: The New Generation of Family Planning Leaders by The Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health.

  • The Fellowship Initiative Is Shattering the Status Quo

    Black Enterprise   |   September 22, 2016

    The Fellowship Initiative is investing in low-income, promising young men of color from New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles and teamed up with The Experiment this summer to bring them to South Africa for the trip of a lifetime.

  • STEM is Helping Solve Egypt’s Grand Challenges

    The Christian Science Monitor   |   September 12, 2016

    Yasmine, an alumna of our Maadi STEM School for Girls in Egypt has already invented a system to produce clean water, won the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), and had asteroid 31910 Moustafa named in her honor by NASA.

  • Anna Oposa Dives into Conservation

    Share America   |   September 12, 2016

    Anna Oposa, an adult mentor on the Our Ocean Youth Leadership Program, is a passionate advocate for ocean conservation.

  • InsideNGO Profile: World Learning President Carol Jenkins

    InsideNGO   |   September 7, 2016

    Carol Jenkins talks to InsideNGO about the importance of World Learning's work and her new role as president of the organization's global development and exchange programs.

  • Experimenter Finds a Second Home in Tanzania

    he Newtown Bee   |   September 4, 2016

    As the 2015 winner of The Experiment’s free program contest, Ethan won much more than a free trip to Tanzania— he found a second home.

  • Teaching Through Trauma

    Devex   |   August 16, 2016

    World Learning's senior writer Julienne Gage shares how our programs help create healthy, nurturing classroom environments that accommodate and empower youth dealing with traumatic life circumstances.

  • Building Mutual Respect and Understanding Through the WEAmericas Program

    WOC Journal   |   August 16, 2016

    IVLP participants of the WEAmericas Program for Women Entrepreneurs swapped stories of struggle and reinvention over dinner at the Mandana Barn.