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Aynah visit to Cruz del Sur: Trip Reflections

Reflections from Aynah students Erik Hahn (EH) and Jesus Lucero (JL) after an International Aynah Trip to Buenos Aires, Argentina

What were some major learnings and/or growth points for you? 1,258 more words

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A Year of Wonder - A Year of Wisdom at GEMS

Target 2 – Leadership in a Student Centered Learning Environment
FWSU will foster development of teacher & student leaders who provide innovative opportunities for local and global student-centered learning.GEMS introduced the theme for the year, “Wisdom Begins with Wonder” with an energetic pep rally and to celebrate a wonderful beginning to the year. 175 more words

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Being a student leader

This year I was hired as a student leader. I am a part of the Student Government Association (SGA) and the Office of Intercultural Relations (OIR), as the Director of Intercultural Advisors. 1,110 more words

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Undergraduate Instructional Assistants? A great idea!

Undergraduate Instructional Assistants (or UIAs, also known as peer instructors) play an important and integral role in the success of UK’s undergraduate students. UIAs can function similar to UK’s graduate student teaching assistants in that they are mentored by their faculty or teaching staff instructor and they can spend some of the class instructional contact hours in leading activities or discussions. 512 more words

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iSLT? What's that about?

Student Leadership. It’s a value we’ve talked about for years. We genuinely want ministry BY students, not just FOR students. And finally, this year, we are putting our proverbial money where our heart is. 322 more words

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The Three Best Decisions I Made in College: Number Two

#2: Being a part of the international student community on campus.

This year marks my second year in international student leadership and my third year of involvement with the International Center. 549 more words

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Students lead by example through Safety Patrol program

by: Brianna Vela

As the first day of school began at Hilltop Elementary on Monday, a group of Argyle ISD 4th grade students were there to help ease the flow of morning traffic. 343 more words