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  • MentorTalks: Starting a Successful NonProfit

    Starting a new enterprise can require a lot of work – from identifying one’s business goals to mapping out a detailed marketing strategy. Transforming an idea into a business is no easy feat. On this upcoming MentorTalks episode, Julia and Brian will share their tips and strategies, and discuss how they harnessed their exchange experience to hone their craft and expand their professional network. What would you like to ask them? Visit @internationalexchangealumni on Facebook and send us your questions, tagging #MentorTalks.

  • Sustaining Hope for the Anti-Trafficking Movement

    Join us on January 13 at 11:00am Washington, DC time for a live streamed panel discussion on the future of the anti-trafficking movement. Hear from a group of current and former U.S. Department of State Ambassadors of the Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking about strategies to end human trafficking and how we can sustain hope in the new year and moving forward.

  • Survivor Engagement: The Future of the Anti-Trafficking Movement

    The future of the anti-trafficking movement includes survivor engagement and leadership. Join us December 16 @11:30am Washington, DC time for a live streamed panel discussion. Hear the voices of survivors and an ally as they discuss how to engage survivors in meaningful ways and how the anti-trafficking movement can progress. Some areas that will be discussed include: increased economic empowerment of survivors; the importance of mentorship to empower survivors to become leaders; implementing trauma-informed practices (rather than just including survivor voices); and influencing policy.

  • International Human Rights Day

    On International Human Rights Day, the U.S. Department of State will host a virtual program focusing on the freedoms of expression and association, the right to peaceful assembly, and the importance of civic participation. Human rights experts and advocates will discuss how to encourage civic participation and why the right to peaceful assembly should be protected. They will answer viewer questions during the Facebook Live.

  • MentorTalks: Ugly Food & Data-Driven Strategies

    We’ll discuss Rania’s career as an entrepreneur and creator of ​Hungrily Homemade, ​as well as her experience in digital marketing and data-driven strategy.​ ​In this episode, Rania will guide us through her culinary journey, while offering insight into how her professional path has shaped who she is today and helped her to “own” her brand.

  • EDUSA Intro To Virtual Learning

    This year, virtual learning opportunities at U.S. colleges and universities are in the spotlight as they help to ensure student health and wellbeing in response to Covid-19.