The Lives of the Party: Find Your Power Gatherings

By Lydia Sather I don’t really like parties. I’ve had a pleasant experience or two at a soiree with close friends or ringing in the New Year, but for the most part, they are terrible and I hate them. For my birthday as a young child, a girl that was invited by my mother would…

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Crossroads in Rural Madagascar: Tech Access Equals Opportunity

FYP’s Grant Writing Intern Laura Leeson served as a Peace Corps volunteer in a small rural town in Madagascar from 2013-2016. Madagascar, although one of the poorest countries in the world, is most notable for its rich biodiversity and welcoming people, the Malagasy. Those who harvest the most pumpkins are the ones who lack the…

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South African Inspiration: The Seeds of Find Your Power

By:Ivy Kaminsky Imagine you are at the edge of the Wild Coast of rural South Africa, in a region called the Transkei, which is two hours by the worst roads imaginable to the nearest doctor. The view is stunning. From the rolling hilltop, you can see the mouth of a small river flowing into the…

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