My story of my experience on the Polish Edition of The Voice Kids and how it inspired me to apply for the FLEX Program.
Student Arrival Orientation 2018
World Link’s Student Arrival Orientation is a whirlwind weekend packed with team-building activities, gaining confidence, and making memories that will last a lifetime. Check out our student’s experiences from this year’s orientation!
Each Day a Gift – Our Year Hosting Davit
Whether it was bonding (and laughing) over Stranger Things or the Office, or crazy intense games of UNO or chess, it was the best of times when we were all together.
World Food Prize – Combatting Global Hunger
When we identify humanities greatest necessity, it is not weapons, monuments or empires. It is the basic necessity of food…
World Link’s Top Ten GYSD Projects 2018
Learn more details about the successful projects selected as winners for World Link’s Top Ten Global Youth Service Day 2018 Competition.
Advancing Leadership Skills – World Link’s PAL-NYC Workshop 2018
For the third year in a row, World Link brought the top ten percent of it’s leadership program students to the Big Apple to visit the UN and participate in advanced leadership training workshops…
A “Spring” Break in Lithuania
“We were a little bit wary of traveling to the Baltic Sea in March. It’s not your typical spring break vacation destination… While it was cold, and there was snow on the ground and ice on the beach, we were overwhelmed by the warmth of Rugile’s family and the hospitality and generosity that they showed us.”
BUBW Conference – Building an Open Mind
I left the conference with a promise that this was just a start to something better; a better understanding for a better world…
National FLEX February Student of the Month – World Link Student Madina Arapova
Congratulations to World Link student Madina Arapova (Kazakhstan/CA) on being selected as the National FLEX Program Student of the Month for February 2018!
Learning the Signs
Imagine not being able to communicate with those in your community – even family members. Feelings of frustration and isolation develop for all involved, as they did for Nehemiah when he went deaf…
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