World Link Youth Representing Local Youth
I really think the youth is the hope for our future, for a better future, so we, the teens, should be included in the decision-making processes now.
Ten Year Update Interview with Ina Gjika
During my high school exchange year, with World Link as a placement organization…I discovered that volunteering is a civic virtue…
My Host Family: Kickstarting My Journey in Music
In August 2016, I arrived in the USA and this was the real kickstart of my journey in music.
Alumni Highlight: An Interview with Award-Winning Doctor
At 30 years old, I am the youngest attending radiologist since the beginning of our institution. This only gives me a bigger responsibility. I feel like I am representing the younger generation of doctors…
ADA Inspiration- From the U.S. to Kyrgyzstan
Everyone is born with equal rights, so we need to treat them equally too by creating opportunities for everyone. Not excluding them but encouraging them to be part of our big society.
World Link Alumna’s Charitable Youth Theatre
The motto of our theater is “art meant to help”. This is our vision and mission as well. We want the art we make to be helpful and meaningful. This is our way to change the world for the better…
What My Host Dad Taught Me About Volunteering
He participated in the activities to teach me the importance of volunteering from the heart. As we worked together, he taught me that it was okay to show love to these people by giving them hugs, just as he did with me daily.
Welcome Back to Your Old Home and New Land of Opportunities
Let me pause you for a second, and help you see why your old home is not just an already seen place, but the land of new beginnings and opportunities.
What My Exchange Year Taught Me
Overall, I owe these activities to my exchange year with World Link. I believe it taught us to be open-minded, driven and eager to learn…