Category Archives: Beyond Youth Global Leadership

Coming Back to Youth Global Leadership

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Sierra Asmussen is a 2015 graduate of the Youth Global Leadership Program. She currently attends California Polytechnic University in San Luis Obispo and is studying business. This past summer, Sierra came back to work with Philanthropiece as one of the Youth Global Leadership Program Interns. The first time I walked into the Philanthropiece Barn, I ...

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Intentionality’s The Name of the Game

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Annie Roberts, now a sophomore at Boston College, was a participant in the Youth Global Leadership program throughout her time at Regis High School in Aurora, CO. During the summer of 2016, she returned to Philanthropiece, this time in a professional role as one of our YGL Program Interns. In this blog post, Annie reflects on ...

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YGL Impact Summary

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We assess the impact of our programs bi-annually with the objectives to summarize our current quantitative and qualitative data, highlight successes and challenges, illuminate areas that need attention, review annual goals, and explore potential areas for improvement and growth. We invite you to read our May 2015 Youth Global Leadership Impact Summary. (This incredible watercolor depicting the ...

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Beyond YGL: Follow Your Intuition

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In our ongoing series “Beyond YGL,”  we learn how alumni of our Youth Global Leadership program are creating positive change locally and globally. YGL co-founder and alum extraordinaire Aleiya Evison currently attends the University of Oregon and is the Leadership Development Assistant at the Holden Center.  In this interview, she shares her thoughts on her new position ...

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Beyond YGL: Whaddup, Grandma?

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As a Youth Global Leader, Rachel led service-learning activities at Alsup Elementary School in Commerce City, CO.In our ongoing series “Beyond YGL,”  we learn how alumni of our Youth Global Leadership program are creating positive change locally and globally. This past summer YGL alum Rachel Moline, currently a sophomore at Cornell College, served with Intercambio Uniting Communities as a volunteer ...

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Beyond YGL: Empowerment & Leadership

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“With realization of one's own potential and self-confidence in one's ability, one can build a better world.” -The Dalai Lama  The Philanthropiece Youth Global Leadership Program (YGL) helped me to realize my own potential and gave me the self-confidence to make a difference in my world. After traveling to Cambodia on a service trip in 2010 ...

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