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    Posted March 17, 2014 by
    Macon, Georgia
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    Why study abroad? Ask Michelle Obama

    Two Hands International's Project GLU


    Middle and High School Students from Two Hands International are learning about global issues and cross cultural understanding during Saturday sessions at Project GLU; a program encouraging global leadership and understanding amongst underrepresented youth in Macon, Ga.


    The students want to know from First Lady Obama... What are the differences between the experiences of youth in the U.S. and China?


    Two Hands International is currently fundraising to send youth to Kenya in the summer of 2014 for a cultural immersion and community engagement trip. The mission of Two Hands is to build global leaders by empowering underrepresented youth through international education. Everyone should study abroad!

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