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20 Lessons in Leadership

Jun 12, 2017

In my early morning hours, with a cup of coffee in hand, I stopped to think about what I have learned about leadership. What I have learned is not necessarily what I do. Rather, it is what I have seen to be true, and what I aspire to do. So, here then, is…
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That Refugee Has A Name | Part 2 of 2

Jun 8, 2017

Things started to change for me after that first day. Yes, I was going to do my absolute best to teach them English. That was, after all, the reason why we had been invited there and there are few things I love more than teaching English. But I was also…
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That Refugee Has A Name | Part 1 of 2

Jun 5, 2017

A Land at WarThe heat was the first thing I noticed as I stepped off the plane into Iraq. Growing up in the southern region of the US and living in Laos has helped me tolerate heat fairly well but never believe someone who tells you 108′F is no big deal.…
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Turkish Tea & Turkish Delight 😍||| Our MENA @elicengage orientation is right around the corner! Share your username in the comments section If you're going to the Middle East/North Africa!👇🏼||| Photo: @kaffs ||| #weareelic #elicengage

June 22, 2017
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Long-term, Cambodia alum, Kim Woulfe (@momma_woulfe), is back for the summer with @elicengage. Summers are a great opportunity for alumni to return to their country of service or visit a new location! ||| Photo: @momma_woulfe ||| #weareelic #cambodia

June 21, 2017
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June 20, 2017
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Getting Ready For Class 💼 ||| Video: @vanhalligan

June 19, 2017
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Elenor (@eleanorjefferson) with her class in Paksé, Laos 🇱🇦 We are excited for all the new teachers going to Laos this summer with @elicengage! ||| Photo: @eleanorjefferson ||| #laos #weareelic

June 14, 2017
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International Community ||| When you go overseas not only do you get to experience a new country and culture, but you also get to build community with people from around the globe. As an expat, you share similar lives, struggles, and can miss home no matter where your passport is from. Elizabeth met Noriko, a Japanese teacher at the school where she teaches English, and they soon became good friends. Sharing life doesn't end in the classroom, it extends to every part of your life abroad. Photo: @thatatthename ||| #china #weareelic

June 13, 2017
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