Mahmoud Jabari, iEARN-Palestine alum

Mahmoud believes that youth from all cultures and nations are able to overcome political, religious and cultural borders, and become unified based their common dreams: to create the world in which they'd like future generations to live. Read More >

Maitreyi Doshi-Joshi, iEARN-India alum

Maitreyi Doshi-Joshi is iEARN Alumni. She used to be the student facilitator for iEARN India 11 years ago. She started a project called Value of Money in our Life. Read More >

Marius Puscas, iEARN-Romania Student Alumnus

My first contact with international projects, respectively iEARN, was in 2001, when Prof. Nelly Platon, my highschool English teacher, introduced me and my colleagues to a world of new possibilities. What first caught my attention was the possibility to have access to a computer, because until then I didn't have the chance to work with one. Read More >

Md. Abu Nayeem Chowdhury, iEARN-Bangladesh alum

Nayeem has a dream to create “Peaceful and Prosperous society” by exploring, networking, training, knowledge–sharing, social & cross–border activity and crowning cultural bondage through positivism, social intelligence, entrepreneurship and border-less collaboration. Read More >

Michelle Johnson, Graduate Student, Pepperdine University

I think that as we embark on a technological revolution that challenges the current education system, reformation in that system will be needed to bring about the global education transformation that is required for education in the US. I believe a key aspect of this reform is incorporating cross-cultural collaborative learning via innovative technologies.

Muhammad Ali Khwaja, iEARN-Pakistan Student Alumnus

I think the single most important aspect of iEARN was that it made me feel that my opinion was worth something and was being listened to by someone. Read More >

Nicolle Boujaber-Diederichs, Teacher, Cypress Creek High School, Orlando, Florida USA

In tough economic times when buying a plane ticket is too expensive, my students have traveled the world through iEARN’s web forum projects. Read More >

Rafid Alam Khan, iEARN-Bangladesh Alum

I believe we all have a potential of being a perfect human being. Everyone of us has our own way of doing it and thus we look for a peaceful world where we can be ourself and do what we want and need to. Read More >

Ronald Kasendwa, iEARN-Uganda alum

Ronald has been involved in numerous iEARN trainings that saw the increase of local program educators and growth of the program in general. He has also equipped a number of youth with skills that enable them to speak out about issues in their community. Read More >

Safiétou Ndiaye, teacher of English at Lycée Moderne de Dakar, Dakar, Senegal

My experience with iEARN: shaping better learners, better citizens and tomorrow’s leaders through project based learning. Read More >