Maggie Doyne Went From High School Graduate To Surrogate Mother Of 40 In Nepal

Talking GOOD   
August 13th, 2013

Maggie Doyne Went From High School Graduate To Surrogate Mother Of 40 In Nepal

Most kids at 18 worry about where they’re going to college, but Maggie wasn’t like most kids. Instead, Maggie traveled abroad and ended up in Nepal adopting kids so they could attend school. Now, with her own savings and at an incredibly young age, she opened an orphanage that serves over 300 students.

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Millennials Genuinely Think They Can Change The World And Their Communities

Co.EXIST   
June 27th, 2013

Millennials Genuinely Think They Can Change The World And Their Communities

Despite the many global problems the next generation will have to face, there is certainly light at the end of the tunnel. According to a survey conducted by Telefónica of millennials from around the world, the future generation is overall optimistic about tackling the tough issues that plague the international community.

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In Some Israeli Schools, It’s Arabic In First Period And Hebrew In Second

The Atlantic   
April 29th, 2013

In Some Israeli Schools, It’s Arabic In First Period And Hebrew In Second

Some Israeli schools are making hugely positive steps toward equal representation and integration of cultures by implementing a curriculum that teaches both the Arabic and Hebrew languages alongside one another.

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Political Activism Surges Among Youth In Argentina

GLOBAL PRESS INSTITUTE   
April 13th, 2013

Political Activism Surges Among Youth In Argentina

A surge of political participation among young people in Argentina is taking place, and voices of opposition against the national government and its repressive characteristics are revealing the democratic values of the current generation.

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Liberian Nobel Laureate Talks About Giving Back

VoiceofAmerica   
December 24th, 2012

Liberian Nobel Laureate Talks About Giving Back

Liberian Nobel Peace Laureate Leymah Gbowee explains the importance of providing leadership and educational opportunities for women in order to bridge what she refers to as a “leadership gap” in Africa.

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Microsoft’s Game Plan: Help Today’s Youth Prepare For Tomorrow’s Jobs

Global Envision   
July 9th, 2013

Microsoft’s Game Plan: Help Today’s Youth Prepare For Tomorrow’s Jobs

Microsoft, one of the world’s largest software companies, understands that we have a growing and serious problem when it comes to unemployment. The fact remains that there are many jobs out there in this dismal economy, but the next generation has to have the right training and opportunities to secure them. That’s where Microsoft lends a helping hand.

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Building Schools For Morocco’s Rural Poor

Your Middle East   
May 19th, 2013

Building Schools For Morocco’s Rural Poor

Maha Laziri created Teach4Morocco, an NGO dedicated toward improving Morocco’s educational system by providing funding for the construction of well-equipped schools and the harmonization of learning activities, especially in the country’s remote regions.

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Africa’s ‘Demographic Dividend’: The Youth Will Decide

THINK AFRICA PRESS   
April 27th, 2013

Africa’s ‘Demographic Dividend’: The Youth Will Decide

Economists and social scientists alike are looking at combining factors in African countries, such as majority youth populations, as indicators of future social movements and change.

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Researchers Say Acts Of Kindness Key To Students’ Happiness

Voice of America   
January 1st, 2013

Researchers Say Acts Of Kindness Key To Students’ Happiness

A new study reveals that certain behaviors, such as performing acts of kindness and cooperating, can promote happiness and improve academic performance in children.

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Kurn Hattin Graduate Wins Outstanding Youth In Philanthropy Award

Kurn Hattin   
November 13th, 2012

Kurn Hattin Graduate Wins Outstanding Youth In Philanthropy Award

Lyssa Jackson of Keene, N.H. has been awarded the 2012 Award for Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy by the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ Northern New England Chapter (AFP-NNE).

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