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The truly amazing thing about this community is the pride, character, and sense of respect you feel being with them. They carry themselves with esteem. Being with them, you know they will not only survive, they will succeed, collectively using the resources available to them for the good of the whole.

- Joyce

The Global Citizens Newsletter allows subscribers to receive updated information on Trips, Future Destinations, and other related topics.

Issue 24 Spring 2012

Will You Celebrate 20 Years with Us?

Issue 23 Fall 2011

GCN Welcomes 1st Atlas Corp Fellow 

 

This fall, GCN-ISE have partnered with Atlas Corps, an international network of nonprofit leaders and organizations best known as “reverse peace corp” to pilot the first fellow in Minnesota!

Atlas Corp. addresses critical social issues by developing leaders, strengthening organizations, and promoting innovation through an overseas fellowship of skilled nonprofit professionals.

Harambee Issue 22 (Summer 2011)

GCN welcomes its Sixth Executive Director, in 20 years - Steve Struthers

Steve Struthers follows Cindy Murphy Kelley, who brought GCN into a strategic alliance with Intercultural Student Experiences (ISE) in September of 2009. Steve is ED of both GCN and ISE.

Harambee E-newsletter Fall 2010

Behind the Scenes of Lake Titicaca-GCN Brown Bag

Mark your Calendar-October 1st, 2010 12pm-1pm at GCN/ISE Office: 129 North 2nd Street #102, Minneapolis, MN 55401

Spaces limited!  RSVP: info@globalcitizens.org; 612.436.8270

GCN Special Offer - Thailand/Nepal - Fall 2010!!!

Dear Global Citizen,

GCN is thrilled to offer unique cultural immersion trips. Many of our past participants have expressed their GCN experiences as life and perspective-changing.

We are eager to continue reciprocal relationships with our community partners in Thailand and Nepal and have reduced our adult program fees to $2,225.00 USD each or $3,450.00 USD for both trips!!!

Harambee Newsletter Summer 2010

Another change—GCN in transition

What isn't changing these days? What is this “new normal” and how are we defining it anyway? At GCN while much is in transition, some things have not changed—like the fundamental way we work. We continue to wholeheartedly embrace our mission, our commitment to host communities, our commitment to intergenerational trip participants and you, our friends of GCN.

GCN Announces Strategic Partner

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Dear GCN Team Leaders, Board Members, and Staff-

Harambee: GCN Newsletter

Harambee: the Swahili word meaning "unite" or "work together"

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