Our Global Education Movement (GEM) team hit the ground running in 2018, beginning the work of getting educational sites up and running in Malawi, Kenya, Lebanon, and South Africa, and tending to our growing population of learners in the Kiziba Refugee Camp in Rwanda. I’d like to take a moment, on behalf of the entire SNHU community, and especially our GEM team, partners, and students, to thank our donors. Your leadership will help us launch this initiative, and your generosity will affect students across the globe, empowering them to improve their lives through the transformative power of education. Thank you.
SNHU GEM graduate, Rose, shares her experience pursuing a degree as a refugee and mother of four in Cape Town, South Africa.
“Partnership is at the heart of our program”: Rachael Sears reflects on collaboration and mentorship at SNHU GEM
SNHU Vice President and Global Education Movement Executive Director, Rachael Sears, reflects on her recent participation at the Times Higher Education and Connected Learning in Crisis Consortium conferences.