Yasser Alaa Mobarak, an alum of iEARN-Egypt, was recently featured on the Adobe Blog, writing about his experiences using photography to affect postive social change. Yasser writes, “I encourage all photographers young and old to define success not by the awards you receive or the places you’ve been, but by putting yourself out there, creating change through your work.” Read more from this award-winning photographer and co-facilitator of the Adobe Youth Voices program in Egypt on the Adobe Blog.
Visiting England one is constantly reminded that this is the 100th Anniversary of WW1. To understand the symbolism of the poppy: http://www.greatwar.co.uk/poems/john-mccrae-in-flanders-fields.htm
"To think that every pair of shoes once belonged to a person is almost unimaginable."
Check out what’s happening on the Classrooms Without Borders “Poland Personally” trip…………..
SA students at Anglesey Abbey, England with the Reach Cambridge program. A little bit of “Downton” for them!
Follow the blog posts by participants from several Pittsburgh-area schools here: