The most prominent alumni projects this month stood out for their creativity and promotion of inclusion for persons with disabilities.
YES alumna Tamara, from North Macedonia, makes Oscars history with her film Honeyland.
How an alum's exchange experience led to new opportunities at home.
YES students from around the world share how they acted as cultural ambassadors during IEW 2019.
This Thanksgiving, the YES program is thankful for its incredible alumni!
Marija from N. Macedonia combines art and inclusivity.
Bojana from North Macedonia reflects on her first month.
Nikola from N. Macedonia shares the story of meeting cinematographer Ed Lachman
Igor reflects on his first weeks with his host family and at school.
Parents of an alumna reflect on their experience with YES
In April and May, YES alumni were very busy with things like meeting Presidents!
Semra learned about community organizing in the U.S. Now her job is helping cities become resilient, stable, and inclusive.
One alumna gains something unexpected at the 2019 IDEAL Workshop.
Civic Education Alumni Mentor Filip tells about his YES year and reuniting with his host dad
65 YES and FLEX alumni gather for the third annual IDEAL workshop.
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