Our future is full of hope and promise

With the season of gratitude, celebration and reflection upon us please consider an end-of-year donation before 2017 comes to a close.

Alongside a host of unexpected challenges, we’ve experienced numerous triumphs through our students, alumni, and supporters like you who make our work possible. Thank you.

Whether through new relationships, greater resilience and self-confidence or a passion for travel and learning world languages, the transformative nature of our programs continue to leave a lasting impact.

So many OneWorld Now! students and alumni fill us with pride and hope every day. It’s incredibly motivating to know that our future global leaders are driven to solve some of today’s pressing challenges.

Our shared future is full of promise thanks to your support.

Wishing you and yours a very happy holiday season!

  • Sami Ayele, a junior at Johns Hopkins University, wants to bring together the natural and social sciences to address growing concerns in international affairs, epidemiology, and restorative justice.









  • Aishah Bomani’s goal is to be a compassionate, enthusiastic, intelligent leader who will make a positive contribution to her school and community.She is achieving this today as a Middle School English Language Arts Teacher in Boston for immigrant and refugee students.





  • Kevin Tangonan, pursuing a Master’s in International Relations at Sogang University in South Korea. He is specializing in East Asia studies with the hopes to work for the U.S. government in International Relations and Foreign Affairs.









  • Marianne Nari Fisher, M.A., a Junior Professional Officer within the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) Department of Nuclear Energy, draws on her academic and personal experience with the Middle East and Korea to work for international security and nuclear non-proliferation.


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