SNHU GEM Renews Commitment to Educating Displaced Learners at the UNHCR Global Refugee Forum

SNHU GEM leaders and graduates met with leaders in refugee education at the Global Refugee Forum.

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Making A Difference

Refugee learners who enroll in a GEM degree program have the drive to transform their lives for the better—and GEM is able to meet them where they are with degree programs that are flexible, hands-on, and designed to set graduates up for success.

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(Data from February 2020)


of students graduate with an associate or bachelor’s degree.


of SNHU GEM graduates report finding meaningful employment within 6 months of graduation.


of GEM students are working full- or part-time while earning their degrees.


of students enrolled in GEM are female.

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Reflections from the Skoll World Forum

SNHU VP and GEM Executive Director Rachael Sears shares her experiences, conversations, and takeaways from the global event.

SNHU GEM Graduate Spotlight: Alexia Umugwaneza

Alexia Umugwaneza, recent SNHU GEM and JRS Kenya graduate, plans to use her degree to become a “voice for the voiceless.”