An intensive, 12-week leadership experience that equips students worldwide with powerful skills for a lifetime of social impact. Designed as a 5-7 hour per week commitment, the Academy adds an enriching layer of purpose to high school, college, travel, or work.
A deep, 8-month immersion where students live alongside the global majority in Brazil, Ecuador or India and develop the insights, skills, and network to become the leaders our world needs. Fellows build language fluency, develop resilience, and become part of a community a world away from home.
Kōtahi te whakaahua, e hea kē nei ngā kupu ka puta…
Kua roa ahau i rāwāhi e noho ana, engari kua tae ki te wā me hoki ki tērā o ngā wāhi e noho pūmau ana ki tōku ngākau, ki te haukāinga, ki Aotearoa. I a au e hāereere ana i te ao, ko tōku Whaea tērā e waea mai ana me te pātai "kei hea ōu whakaahua?" Nō reira, ānei ētahi whakaahua o Īnia!
[Not a translation] Whilst in India, there were many moments that I had captured through the lens but missed. However, here a just a few of the many adventures and day to day things I saw over my time in India. Enjoy!
About Ayla Blair-Smith
Ayla is passionate about indigenous development, current global issues and learning about different cultures. She has been on exchange in Mexico, as well as joining the UWC (United World College) community in 2015, a community that makes education a force to unite people, nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future.