To reach the UNHCR target of enrolling 15 percent of refugees in higher education by 2030, SNHU GEM students called on universities, international organizations and governments to work with refugees to provide more opportunities for refugees to enroll in higher education by taking into account the complex circumstances of displaced learners.
SNHU Vice President and GEM Executive Director Rachael Sears reflects on World Refugee Day and how to make “hope away from home” a reality for all refugees.
A shared commitment to serving refugee learners is the basis for a thriving partnership between SNHU GEM and JRS Kenya.
The CLCC 2022 Yearbook captures a year of learnings and partnership in refugee higher education.
Agnes Burume, a Project Manager at SNHU GEM, discusses the experiences of women refugees in higher education.
Through the HEaRT model, SNHU GEM students intern with nursing and healthcare employers to gain hands-on experience.
Rachael Sears, SNHU VP and SNHU GEM ED, looks ahead to another exciting year in refugee education.
“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.
Academic reviewers working for the GEM Hub are passionate about transforming student’s lives.
A new report from the Center for Global Development underscores the importance of strong education-to-workforce pathways for refugees.