Tag: alumni

2018 Alice Rowan Swanson fellow Leslie Massicotte: Empowering Girls

Leslie Massicotte received SIT’s 2018 Swanson fellowship to pursue sexual education work in Rwanda. In this piece, reposted from Leslie’s blog, she discusses the work the fellowship supported. Stay tuned for news about SIT’s 2019 Alice Rowan Swanson fellow!   Blushing faces. Eyes downcast. Nervous giggles. Awkward silences. These are…

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Meet SIT and World Learning leaders empowering women around the world

International Women’s Day, celebrated globally on March 8, is an opportunity to celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women and efforts to support them. SIT Study Abroad and SIT Graduate Institute are part of World Learning. World Learning’s global development and exchange programs strengthen leadership, intercultural understanding, and…

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Justice for all: SIT alumna talks about law and intellectual property rights

Woman in business attire poses in front of a sign that says BBB

My decision to pursue law stems from the premise that each of us can make a difference in the lives of others and in our communities.

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Best of Both Worlds: My journey to the AIF Clinton Fellowship

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Every summer, my family and I would visit our family members in India, and my mother took these opportunities to teach my brother and I about our culture, meaning visits to historical landmarks and museums. I dreaded these trips because I never connected with my Indian heritage.

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The 100-Year View: Nicholas Porter wants to help transform the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Father Nicholas Porter smiling on his front porch

Nicholas Porter is an Episcopal priest, but his perspective is broader than one Christian denomination, or even Christianity as a whole. His chief mission is to aid peace efforts in the region where three of the world’s major religions co-exist. Nick attended the SIT Conflict Transformation program in 2013 and…

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