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Eliza Pesuit on Access to Global Education for High School Students

Executive Director Eliza Pesuit recalls her early life growing up in a small town in Western Massachusetts, with parents from very different backgrounds. Her dad is from Serbia and her mom is from Russia. Her dad is Christian and her mom is Jewish. At a young age, Eliza learned to value differences and as she ... READ MORE

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Stories of Global Glimpse: Shane Ladendale

“I come from a place where most are scared to go outside when it is dark. I come from a place where jail is something that seems inevitable. It is amazing how many odds are against me as a black, fatherless, young leader. But that doesn’t stop me… I make sure I strive.” Growing up in the Bronx, Shane Ladendale has always carried an infectious,... READ MORE

Top Student Travel Stories of the Summer!

We are excited to share the top student travel stories of the summer, selected by our interns (and former Glimpsers), Anderson and Layla! We have enjoyed reading each of the nearly 1,000 blog post reflections written by students as they experience first-hand the power of immersive travel – from hiking the highest peak in the Ecuadorian... READ MORE

La Nicaragua que conozco

Estimada Comunidad Global Glimpse: Se me ha hecho difícil encontrar las palabras que expresen todo lo que he sentido desde que estallaron las protestas tras el anuncio de la nueva ley de seguridad social (INSS) en Nicaragua el pasado 18 de abril. Es una mezcla de miedo, ira, tristeza e indignación.     Las lecciones que aprendí... READ MORE

The Nicaragua I Know

Dear Global Glimpse Community, I have struggled to find words to express everything I have felt since protests flared up following the announcement of new social security laws in Nicaragua on April 18th. It’s a mixture of fear, anger, sadness, and outrage.     Global Glimpse would not exist without Nicaragua. The lessons I learned... READ MORE