2018 Trip Blogs

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The Power of Minga, Community Gathering, in Ecuador

Glimpsers and members of the Guaranda community proudly unveil their newly painted school that truly reflects the vibrancy of Ecuadorian culture. In partnership with local organizations and leaders, students gained a stronger sense of social responsibility and are equipped to better understand the complexities of service projects in a developing country. ... READ MORE

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Welcome to the Dominican Republic!!

Hello Glimpsers, Global Glimpse Leaders, and Parents! Greetings from Constanza, Dominican Republic! We are Cynthia and Francis, your Program Coordinators for this summer! My name is Cynthia Parajon, and I’m from Matagalpa, Nicaragua. This is my second time as a Program Coordinator in Global Glimpse, and since the first time I was totally in... READ MORE

Poverty vs. Humanity

“Poverty is not an accident. Like slavery and apartheid, it is man-made and can be removed by the actions of human beings.” – Nelson Mandela Welcome back everyone to the blog, brought to you by today’s leaders Michael and Ruby. After consecutive mornings of waking up bright and early to tutor our students, today we were provided with a... READ MORE

Cap Day #1

Today we finally started our Community Action Project (CAP) project in Rio Grande. We started the day with a crisp wake up call at 7:00 AM and a simple toast and egg breakfast. It was okay to be honest. My stomach kind of hurts. After breakfast we took the party bus down the hill and around the corner to Rio Grande. All the locals were waiting... READ MORE

Day 14: Community Action Project Day 3

“If you want to change the world, BE THE CHANGE.” – Mahatma Gandhi C1B has dedicated their Community Action Project (CAP) to this quote and today was our final delivery of the CAP. Today, anxious to complete our CAP, we woke up at 7:30 AM with customized morning wake-ups for the Glimpsers. Breakfast was served at 8:00 AM and we... READ MORE

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