Take your language skills beyond the classroom and use your second (or third or fourth!) language to make a difference in the lives of others. Even if you are just practicing your skills and aren’t fully proficient, these are great opportunities to go beyond a conversational partner, study group, or class.Read More
Last fall in Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Catholic School Centre Petar Barbaric in Travnik, 120 high school students from around the country graduated from the English Access Microscholarship Program and joined the ranks of the Access community of 95,000 fellow graduates across 85 countries.Read More
This article was originally published in Forbes.
By Shellie Karabell
Once upon a time, doing business abroad was unique: Berlitz and others published books on business etiquette for those venturing across the ocean, language books enabling you to order in a restaurant or to get you through a social encounter. And once upon a time, that was enough.Read More
What’s the best way to teach youth about modern-day peace building and conflict resolution techniques?Read More
Imagine you’re a university student. You’re pursuing an advanced degree in engineering and have a post-graduation dream to direct infrastructure and economic development projects in underserved regions of your country—areas that have been affected by conflict—to speed the recovery process and bring greater prosperity to impoverished communities.Read More