AlumniIndia: Indian Culture & Traditions
April 2, 2018

This Atlanta Teen Started His Own International Charity

Max Rubenstein believes young people can make a difference. He should know. The 17-year-old from Atlanta is the founder of Game Givers, an international nonprofit that donates new and used video games to children’s hospitals. Launched in 2015, Game Givers has raised more than $110,000 and, in November, won a grant…
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AlumniContestsEXPERIMENT BLOGSMorocco: From the Mediterranean to the SaharaProgram Stories
January 3, 2018

How a Summer in Morocco Helped One Experimenter Bridge Cultural Divides

Richard was immediately intrigued last spring when he saw an ad that declared, “Pack Your Bags. Morocco is Calling. All Expenses Paid.” The Experiment in International Living was running an essay competition with the prompt, Why do you think understanding other cultures is important - now more than ever? A…
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AlumniEXPERIMENT BLOGSIndia: Indian Culture & TraditionsProgram StoriesWanderlust
December 7, 2017

Meet Chloe: 2017 Experimenter & World Learning’s Impact Report Cover Photographer

Chloe had never left Idaho before she packed her bags last summer and flew to India for six weeks of exploration and intensive training on critical global issues through The Experiment Leadership Institute. As photo editor of her high school yearbook, Chloe knew she couldn’t travel without her camera. That…
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