An Intro to Thinking Beyond Borders
From: Robin Pendoley
Date: February 5, 2010
About: Creating proactive agents of change with the global consciousness and skills to translate their learning into action -- that is what Thinking Beyond Borders does. Are you a student considering a gap year? Want to learn more about the challenges our world is facing from students who experienced and engaged the issues? We offer a powerful and unique 8 month international program that allows direct interaction with the communities, cultures, and NGOs around the world working to address the world\\\'s problems. The media on this channel was created by TBB students as they lived and studied abroad.
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