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.
Mary Nyaluak reflects on how education can help students “push beyond their current limits.”
GEM students develop community initiatives to tackle business and health care challenges
SNHU GEM students share their experience taking care of their families while pursuing higher education.
SNHU GEM learners Mohamed and Nour share what daily life is like in Tripoli and Kakuma.
How SNHU Kakuma student Joseph led his community’s COVID response.
As Dadaab and Kakuma camps face potential closure, we will ensure students have uninterrupted access to GEM scholarships and support.
The GEM community reflects on the commemoration period for victims of the Genocide against Tutsi in Rwanda.