Abraham "Abe' Fergusson, iEARN Student, Trinidad and Tobago

My peers marvel at the strides I have been able to make at an international level. Read More >

Ahmed Mamdouh, iEARN-Egypt alum

I have been working with iEARN since 2005 and my role has varied. I worked as a member then as a project head, then joined the students' board and participated in organizing the iEARN annual conference in Egypt. Read More >

Alaa Abd Elrahman Obeida, iEARN-Egypt alum

Alaa Abd Elrahman Obeida is currently a final year medical student at Kasr Al-Ainy School of Medicine, Cairo University, Egypt. Alaa is the founder and coordinator of EYouth Initiative funded by U.S. State Department Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund. Read More >

Allan Kakinda, iEARN-Uganda Alumnus

As a student, through my participation in iEARN activities I developed more concern for community related issues and how we can as young people in our own small ways contribute to solving the problems facing our communities. Read More >

Andrew Chuang, iEARN-Taiwan alum

My first touch in iEARN was since 2008, when I study in senior high school and involved in the NDYS Project. I really learned a lot of knowledge and ability during my senior education life. Therefore, I decide to get involved in voluntary work for iEARN-Taiwan after graduating from senior high school in order to feed back to the next students. Read More >

Bilal Zubair Khan, iEARN-Pakistan alum

At 21, Bilal Zubair Khan is the youth program coordinator at iEARN Pakistan. Read More >

Brittany Mitchell, iEARN World Youth News reporter & Adobe Youth Voices participant

Being able to get a personal view into someone else's country through their own eyes, rather than hearing it from the news, is a very unique and amazing concept. Read More >

Bryan Billings, iEARN Alum, USA

The late 1980's and the early 19990's were such an exciting time for Soviet[Russian]-American relations, and it was so thrilling to speak to Muscovite children of the same age. Read More >

Buck Thompson, iEARN Student, Colorado, USA

We were working with other kids who were actually working to solve a problem in their own country and who were really passionate about what was happening in their country and wanted to do something to help [about the iEARN Eradication of Malaria Project]. I really enjoyed the experience. Read More >

Chiting Huang, iEARN-Taiwan alum

First time when I joined iEARN project was my first year of high school, 2007. I went to Japan for Natural Disaster of Youth Summit and that really inspired me and made me want to do more things at iEARN. Read More >