Recent Student Work

Since 2007, GESI has sent over 520 students to 9 countries, contributing to more than 144 development projects through their work with our partner organizations—including efforts in small business development, micro-finance, income generation projects as well as campaigns advocating for women’s empowerment, early childhood education, and environmental sustainability. Our community partners provide consistent feedback on the positive impacts of students’ work abroad. Many of these projects are the catalyst for community-driven initiatives that are maintained and provide improved services over several years. These pages provide an opportunity to explore the student learning and community impact that results from this work.

Location:

  • Bolivia

  • Costa Rica

  • Dominican Republic

  • Ghana

  • Guatemala

  • India

  • Kenya

  • Nicaragua

  • South Africa

  • Uganda

  • Vietnam

Partner Affiliation:

  • Foundation for Sustainable Development

  • ThinkImpact

  • Social Entrepreneur Corps

  • Amizade

  • Kaya Responsible Travel

  • Institute for Central American Development Studies

Development Sector:

  • Women's Empowerment

  • Environmental Sustainability

  • Human Rights / Advocacy

  • Education / Youth

  • Health

  • Public Service / Government

  • Social Entrepreneurship

  • Agriculture

  • Microfinance

  • Income Generation

  • Water

  • Sustainable Technology

  • Nutrition

  • Fundraising

  • Natural Resources

Term:

  • Summer
  • Fall

Year:

  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 2013
  • 2012
  • 2011
  • 2009
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