We are happy to announce the winners of the 2016 SIT Photo Contest!
All photos © Sneha Shrestha. Inquiries: email@example.com. By Stephanie Genkin In her early teens Sneha Shrestha would paint on her bedroom walls of the family home in Kathmandu. “I’d make peace signs,” said Shrestha, the 27-year-old artist who has since become the Founder of Nepal Children’s Art Museum. “I enjoyed painting and drawing for as […]
Ultimately, my experience in Kenya solidified my desire to work in the international development field.
For as long as I can remember, human rights and cross-cultural understanding have been the driving forces behind my travels, my education, and the way in which my career has begun to unfold.
Traveling to India had been a dream of mine for many years before having the opportunity to travel there on the SIT National Identity and the Arts program in the fall of 2013.
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