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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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The Legislative Fellowship Experience
Pakistan- U.S. Alumni Network | January 8, 2016
Laila Rubab Jaskani recounts her experience as a Legislative Fellow in the U.S.
World Learning Alumna Taking on Boko Haram in Nigeria
Al Jazeera | December 17, 2015
Hafsat Mohammed, an alumna of the International Visitor Leadership Program, is working to counter extremist narratives in Nigeria through interfaith dialogue and women's advocacy initiatives.
Education means stability, Carol Jenkins says at World Affairs Council of Greater Reading
Reading Eagle | December 15, 2015
In a world plagued with terrorism that prompts reactions of anger and fear, Carol Jenkins took the high road and stressed the importance of education to help ensure global stability.
Not Everyone Needs to Win a Nobel Prize
The Foreign Service Journal | December 11, 2015
World Learning Program Officer Marilyn Saks-McMillion writes about the impact she's seen the International Visitor Leadership Program have on participants, including Nobel Peace Prize winner Tawakkol Karman.
Expanding Horizons through Academic Exchange
Fairfax County Times | November 24, 2015
Saryal Saeed from Pakistan reflects on his experiences in the United States living with a host family, attending high school, and learning about local culture, through the State Department’s Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study program.