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Weekly Update! New Format! Video Podcast!

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Coming soon we will have an iTunes Podcast Channel for you to receive an immediate download when the update is posted. 11 more words

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The Opioid Epidemic: What is the Role of Teen Institutes?

I remember the sense of wonder when my first Lindsey Meyer Teen Institute (LMTI) summer conference experience came to an end. As a first generation immigrant, I had always felt a sense of otherness like I was a stranger in someone else’s home; LMTI was the first place where I felt truly accepted. 563 more words
JiLon Li

Welcome to Thoughts!

Welcome to Thoughts! As this guide as progressed, I have found that there are certain important topics that do not fall easily into one of the existing categories, especially if they touch on current events. 67 more words
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Recruiting: The Information Session

If the purpose of the activities fair is to gather as many emails as possible, the purpose of the information sessions is not only to provide additional information to interested students, but also to begin the process of weeding out students who only have a passing interest. 658 more words
JiLon Li

Student Volunteers Needed for Invitational

With the invitational fast approaching it is time to organize our student volunteers.  See the form below for specific jobs and times that you are interested in. 6 more words

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SGLI 2017 - Becoming peacemakers with friends from around the world

Guest bloggers:  Robin Nordström, Alice Corneliusson, Sahand Salary

For the eighth year in a row, the Student Global Leadership Institute (SGLI) brought more than 70 high school students from 23 schools in 9 countries to Hawaii. 551 more words

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Inclusion & Diversity: Speaking Truth to Power

 

The Accenture annual meeting started like any other at a Global Fortune 500 company. Food was eaten, and drinks imbibed; employees exchanged awkward pleasantries. Then, the CEO of North America rose to speak to the room. 1,595 more words
JiLon Li