The first of its kind convening of Africa’s leaders looks to harness the untapped potential of the 36 million displaced persons across Africa Africa hosts the largest number of displaced persons worldwide: 36 million. The 36 Million Solutions Forum is a first of its kind convening of Africa’s business and industry leaders, philanthropists, refugee change-makers,
Former SNHU GEM Academic Coach Chance Bisimwa shares his experiences attending the recent Global Education Forum
Remy Gakwaya provides coding and entrepreneurial skills to members of his community in the Dzaleka Refugee Camp in Malawi.
SNHU GEM interns bring diverse ideas and perspectives to their employers, while students gain hands-on experience for their future careers.
GEM Lebanon student Aya shares her experiences learning during the country’s ongoing financial crisis.
GEM Lebanon student Hiyam discusses what it’s like to live and learn during the country’s economic and political crisis.
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