Blog Entries for the 'Global Issues' Category

Belizean countryside
Video – US teens arrive in Belize to work with local teens & excavate Maya pyramid

Teens from all over the country arrive in Belize. They will team up with 9 Belizean students to excavate a royal Maya tomb and do community service projects in the US and Belize. They choose and manage the projects themselves. Teen power!!

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Fourth Quito Podcast from Jennifer and Meagan!

Meagan and Jennifer talk about their experience as ESL teachers in Quito, Ecuador. In this podcast they detail their lesson plans, what their classes were like, and how they felt about their teaching experience overall.

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Service learning, Workshop, Sacred Heart College, Belize teens, paper tower, leadership training
Belize Day 2 – discovering hidden talents

at 2am I awake to the sounds of bird call and jungle noises, but I can’t appreciate them. My brain tortures me with doubts about my workshop the next day. You don’t even know these teens, what if they are bored, what if you can’t project or print anything, what if… I get up at 3am to over-prepare…the workshop begins…the kids get it. They are learning and I am too. Their talents stand out, the gain more confidence. This is why I LOVE service learning!

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A student and school make a difference

Round the World's model is built on the premise that everyone can make a difference. A small contribution channeled into sustainable projects can have sustainable impacts that reach far beyond the initial contribution. This is the story of how one young student and her school decided to make that difference is people's lives half way around the world. The […]

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Belize Succotz School 24
Building a school roof in Belize (and having a blast!)

How can you put a new roof on a school, integrate technology with laptops and wireless, create a library and conduct a cultural exchange for very little money? Great partnerships and community involvement! Find out what students in NC and Belize did to make their world a better place.

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Please help people in Japan recover from the earthquake!

Give $5 to Round the World with Us for Japan Red Cross Earthquake Relief and we’ll send you a super-awesome “We Are One” charity bracelet. Please click “give” on the home page to donate now!

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I win
I Am In Japan, And You Told Me I Would Melt, Which I Didn't. LIES!!!

Japan is fine and you guys kept freaking me out by saying I would melt or keel over from radiation poisoning. You said Tokyo was a ghost town, but there are definitely enough people to get me lost for a fair amount of time.

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Completed Projects in Cambodia and Laos!

Thanks to your support, we have recently completed two projects in Southeast Asia! We have photos to share of both the new reading room in Laos and the new Ian Tilden School in Cambodia. Both projects are making huge changes for the better when it comes to the education of local children.

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Thank You for Your Support in India!

Thanks to your support, our project to build houses and give land to Dalit people and to help fund the health education program for sponsored children in Calcutta. We have several posts and videos about theses projects that we hope you’ll enjoy!

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Certificate from Cambodia Ministry of Education

expository essay e received this Certificate of Appreciation from the Cambodian Ministry of Education for the Ian Tilden Middle School project and wanted to share it with all of you who helped make the school a reality.                  zp8497586rq

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