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Taking a Gap Year with Global Citizen Year: From Boise to Brazil

We’re highlighting our latest #BeGlobal opportunity, Global Citizen Year, through a personal account by Amanda Hawks, a GCY Fellow. She is currently in Garopaba, Brazil. This week’s profiles are a part of a series featuring Global Citizen Year Fellows. Global Citizen Year is the launching pad for bold high school …

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Taking a Gap Year with Global Citizen Year: Bridging The Gap in Senegal

We’re highlighting our latest #BeGlobal opportunity, Global Citizen Year, through a personal account by Dora Lee, a GCY Fellow. She is currently in Thiadiaye, Senegal. This week’s profiles are a part of a series featuring Global Citizen Year Fellows. Global Citizen Year is the launching pad for bold high school …

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Scaling Your Project Globally

Alas, through my last two posts we have arrived from just an idea into a tangible project, initiative, or organization. After spending time working with your organization and making it the best you can be, you are wondering how you can scale it to become globally recognized. During this stage …

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Taking a Gap Year with Global Citizen Year: Beauty and Challenges in India

We’re highlighting our latest #BeGlobal opportunity, Global Citizen Year, through a personal account by Sebastian Paine, a GCY Fellow. He is currently in Pune, India. This week’s profiles are a part of a series featuring Global Citizen Year Fellows. Global Citizen Year is the launching pad for bold high school …

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There is No Excuse for Apathy

By Soukaina Aouzou and Cathy Sun Election season just came and went in the United States, and youth turnout was disappointingly low. Young people need to be more aware of the importance of social and political activism, given the fact that their concerns are a key part in most issues …

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Smartphone and Sleep: Is It Worth It?

We’ve all heard about how sleep is important, and how smartphones make it more difficult to sleep well. But do you know how much smartphones make a difference? Not only does it take longer to sleep, but the use of smartphones makes the quality of sleep worsen as well. Dr. …

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The Scientific Process of Social Entrepreneurship

If you’ve checked out my last post, hopefully by now you have an idea in the works of progress of what you want to do as well as someone you can relay your ideas and questions onto. Don’t worry if you don’t have a full project or organization completely hatched …

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