World Link student Manana Kapanadze (Georgia/CA), wins US Department of State National FLEX Student of the Month – December 2015. Manana is flourishing in her home community…
Midterm Diversity Immersion Conference 2016
This year, World Link held four Midterm and Diversity Immersion Conferences in different regions across the US during the month of January. Instead of us trying to explain the impact the diversity immersion experience had on our students, we will let them tell you…
World Link International Education Week 2015 Competition
Each year, World Link holds an International Education Week competition to encourage their students to share their culture in fun and interactive ways…
World Link Student Wins US Department of State National YES Student of the Month- November 2015
“To inspire every deaf student to think, to learn, to achieve, to care” is a motto that November YES Student of the Month Nehemiah Danjuma has adopted…
World Link Student Wins US Department of State FLEX National October Student of the Month 2015
When a student set’s a goal of volunteering at least 30 hours a month; they really stand out above the rest…
Reedley Taste of Town 2015
Last night marked the 3rd year in a row that our World Link students in Dinuba, Kingsburg, Orange Cove, and Reedley, California volunteered at Reedley’s Taste of Town…
Developing Leaders at New Heights
At the beginning of every academic program year, World Link holds Student Arrival Orientation Meetings in regional cluster groups throughout the US: Colorado, Iowa, Illinois, and California.
Belarus Youth Leadership Program 2015
During the summer, World Link conducts the Belarus Youth Leadership Program (BYLP) in partnership with American Councils and US Department of State.
Exchange Year Through My Eyes- Sara Malik (2014-2015; Pakistan/CO)
It almost feels like as if it was just yesterday when I was on my own on a plane not really knowing what to expect but excited for what the future had for me
My Exchange Year- Cristina Snatinschi (2014-2015; Moldova/CO):
My year in America was, as one of my American friend said, “A tough, but wonderful one”.
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