Our next mentoring event will be Wednesday, November 5th from 4:00-6:30pm at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, Georgia.
This event is FREE and limited to 40 students on a first-come, first-serve basis. Food and drink will be served.
In an informal but structured setting, students meet with professional “mentors” whose careers have an international component and are themselves “global changemakers.” Students enjoy unique access to a range of executives from multinational companies, private firms, and nonprofits.
About the Event Save the date for an international food and wine tasting event featuring fabulous food and unique wines from around the world. Reserve your seat at the table of the next generation of global changemakers. *NEW* View Our Auction Items! Click here to view the growing list of auction items that will be […]
Carrie Herrera Niesen is the Editor-in-Chief for Life After Study Abroad magazine as well as the Content Coordinator for GoAbroad.com. In her dual roles, she collaborates with writers locally and globally to create pieces geared toward assisting students, young professionals, and beyond in choosing best fit meaningful travel experiences aligned with their personal, professional, and […]CONTINUE READING →
Foundation for Global Scholars (www.fgscholars.org) is moving into a new stage of social enterprise and launching new services. We are looking for the right people to scope, design, market and implement new product ideas and build upon our established brand as a leader in empowering young global changemakers. We have an immediate opening for a […]CONTINUE READING →
Dear friends of Foundation for Global Scholars:
Colorado Gives Day is tomorrow. We would appreciate your donation – of any size – to support our scholarship program for college students pursuing study abroad programs.
Why support us? Read more here about the remarkable students we support.
Click here or the button below to schedule your donation for 12/9/2014:
Foundation for Global Scholars is a 501c3 non-profit and your donation is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Thank you for your support!
Nancy Kepner, Executive Director and Jodi Reesman, Scholarship Director