Category Archives: Students

Luxury hotels in India: An isolating experience

By Tom Helsel From Thursday June 16th to Sunday June 19th, I had the pleasure of staying in the three of the nicest hotels I’ve ever experienced. Each hotel had five stars, located in Bangalore, Delhi, and Agra respectively. Each … Continue reading

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Release my inner child: The role of experiential learning in education

By Jean Pham It was a peaceful Sunday night at Student Christian Movement of India (SCMI) after we had just got back from a 4-day experiential camp with Dream a Dream’s students. I felt quite exhausted yet couldn’t sleep right … Continue reading

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Dream a Dream’s lifeskill approach goes to camp

By Heather Lockhart-Neff One of experiences I had with Global SE was four days in a rural, rocky area of Kolar, India, about two hours outside of Bangalore. From Thursday until Sunday, I participated in a camp with 32 young … Continue reading

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Realizations about social entrepreneurship

By Emily Foley My field placement with Sattva mirrors my interests in being socially-minded, empathetic, business oriented, and taking care of the environment. Sattva believes that “addressing complex societal challenges requires a fundamental shift in the way businesses, societies, governments … Continue reading

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The privilege of language

By Emily Colwell Language is a privilege. This is especially true when English is your native language. English is one of the most universally spoken languages, and last week, I was placed in a position where we were operating in … Continue reading

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