Monthly Archives: June 2016

Global Student Leaders Summit – Returning Home

Today we say goodbye to Germany and the Netherlands and head home. It has been an exhilarating 10 days with a great amount of learning. We are taking away new ideas and an appreciation for the rights that we have. … Continue reading

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Global Student Leaders Summit – Innovation Village

Congratulations Alex Gourde! Alex was one of the members from team #65 who won 1st place at this year’s Global Student Leaders Summit Innovation Village. Students had to work together in teams to find solutions to specific human rights issues. … Continue reading

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Global Student Leaders Summit – Day #8

Global Student Leaders Summit – Day #8 Written by Katie Flathom and Ryan Thoreson Katie After a busy few days at an inspiring conference we traveled from The Hague to Amsterdam. The first thing we did was ride a boat … Continue reading

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Global Student Leaders Summit – Innovation Village

Global Student Leaders Summit – Innovation Village The students have been working in groups with students from other areas in the United States and from other countries from around the world. Their assignment was to come up with solutions for … Continue reading

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Global Student Leaders Summit – Day #7

GLOBAL STUDENT LEADERS SUMMIT – Day #7 Written by Student Edwin Iglesias Today was a tiring yet surreal day in The Hague. The day’s keynote speakers were Dr. Arun Gandhi and Ndaba Mandela, grandsons of two of the most influential … Continue reading

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Global Student Leaders Summit – Day #6

GLOBAL STUDENT LEADERS SUMMIT – Day #6 Written by Student Alex Gourde Friday was an exhilarating day that started with a two hour bus ride from Cologne, Germany to The Hague, Netherlands. Once in The Hague, we visited the Humanity … Continue reading

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Global Student Leaders Summit – Day #5

GLOBAL STUDENT LEADERS SUMMIT – DAY #5 Written by Student Sadie Blanco Day five of our trip here in Germany and the Netherlands. We got up early and started our bus trip to Bonn in ninety degree heat and high … Continue reading

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