CLCC’s 2021 Yearbook captures a year of learnings and partnership in refugee higher education.
SNHU GEM’s Gender Specialist Intern in Malawi, Precious Maluba, discusses the experiences of women refugees in higher education.
In partnership with SNHU GEM, JRS Kenya’s Pathfinder program provides refugees with avenues to higher education and employment.
The SNHU HEaRT model equips GEM learners with valuable real-world experience in the nursing and health professions field.
To mark the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, SNHU GEM grads pursuing medical degrees reflect on the power of education.
The Participatory Action Research initiative helps students gain hands-on experience for careers in research.
Three students share how pursuing higher education has transformed their lives.
In a recent interview with the CUNY Graduate Center, Russell explains how SNHU GEM helps refugee learners become change-makers in their own communities.
SNHU GEM students’ 2021 accomplishments show how empowering refugees enhances communities and creates more economic opportunity for all.
Students from sites in Africa and the Middle East participated in the education summit to discuss how SNHU GEM is breaking down barriers and the transformative power of education.