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World Learning Statement on SCOTUS Decision

World Learning welcomes the decision by the U.S. Supreme Court holding that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry, and striking down laws that defined marriage as the union of a man and a woman. As President Barack Obama stated, this ruling represents “a big step in our march toward equality,” “a victory for […]

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Happy New Year from SIT

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SIT students at the people's climate march in New York City September 21, 2014.

From Vermont to Vietnam – SIT student’s climate change initiative gains support

Mae Quilty is a current SIT Graduate Institute student completing her practicum by serving as the Trustees’ Fellow for the SIT Study Abroad IHP Climate Change program in Vietnam, Morocco, and Bolivia. As I delve deeper into the practicum phase of my SIT experience, I am constantly reminded of experiences during my on-campus phase. Whether […]

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With Korean co-leader Kyungun Ro at the temple

Teaching Travel: Why I’m An Experiment Leader

The Experiment in International Living, SIT’s founding organization, is currently hiring group leaders for its 2014 high school summer abroad programs. Group leaders are dynamic and responsible professionals, leading programs of three to five weeks in length to over 20 countries in Europe, the Americas, Africa, and Asia. Leaders have a demonstrated interest in intercultural […]

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Flags in SIT's International Center

SIT Celebrates 50 Years

2014 marks the 50th anniversary of SIT Graduate Institute, founded as the School for International Training in 1964 by The Experiment in International Living’s first president, Gordon Boyce, and executive vice president, John Wallace. A celebration for alumni, students, staff, and faculty will take place in August 2014 at SIT’s Brattleboro, Vermont, campus, with smaller […]

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