SNHU’s Data Insight team’s research across GEM sites helps understand the impact of the pandemic on students
SNHU GEM employer partner, Barrett Nash of InfiniteUp, how students can leverage experience with no-code and low-code technology to create employment opportunities.
Through a partnership with IKhaya Le Langa, SNHU GEM students grow their leadership while supporting local arts community.
GEM’s Dzaleka class of 2021 came together to celebrate Summer graduates
Preparing for the Future: SNHU GEM’s Employment Support
GEM internships pair students with companies across sectors — equipping students with hands-on skills for their future careers.
SNHU’s President Paul LeBlanc hosts a roundtable for GEM students to share their experiences as displaced people.
This World Refugee Day, GEM celebrates students and alumni who have learned and led during extraordinary times.
GEM students will share their reflections on the holiday during a roundtable with SNHU President Paul LeBlanc.
Alnarjes Harba shares how GEM has helped prepare her for the international job market.