It’s May, and whether you’re in high school or college you’re likely a little burned out. Us too. Here are some handy tips for recharging this spring, so you can enter your summer with gusto! Carly: Clean out your backpack or work space. Throwing things out, cleaning, destroying, etc. can …Read More »
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Are you someone who is always excited by summer, but always seem to be bored once summer arrives? If that description matches you, don’t worry- you’re not alone! Thousands of other people each year take away their boredom and fuel their energy into meaningful summer projects. This page will give …Read More »
By Mary Kate Cronin A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to attend Clinton Global Initiative University on the campus of UC Berkeley. I was joined by 1,000 students from over 80 countries- all committed to addressing our generation’s most pressing challenges. On behalf of AMP Global Youth, …Read More »
Global Citizenship 101 The one thing that unites all human beings is hardship. The struggle associated with it is something that is inherent to all people. For the past hundreds of years, issues such as human rights, gender inequality, environmental degradation, poverty, hunger, etc. have all been issues inherent …Read More »
UC Berkeley. The name draws up many images and titles in people’s minds. The Global #1 Public University in the world, Nobel Prize holding faculty, famous alumni, or the beautiful Sather Gate and Campanile. As the famous date of May 1st is approaching when current high school seniors will …Read More »
By Kelsey Bollinger. As a student it can get overwhelming taking classes that focus on some of the world’s worst problems like poverty, starvation and health violations to name a few. So what can you do to enact positive change? Let me start by sharing a story. As a university …Read More »