The Women’s Global Connection Peru trip is featured in Global Sisters Report today.
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On Wednesday, August 28, Women’s Global Connection celebrated the legacy of Sr. Dorothy Ettling, CCVI, Women’s Global Connection Co-founder.
The 2018 Women’s Global Connection Immersion Trip to Peru is in full swing!
WGC was honored to have been selected again to present during a parallel event at the Commission for the Status of Women (CSW) Conference this month in New York City. The CSW, headquartered at the United Nations, designated as its 2018 theme the challenges and opportunities in achieving gender equality and empowerment of rural women and girls.
Women’s Global Connection is pleased to introduce the 2017-2018 Girls Leadership San Antonio High School Interns
For the competitive internship, WGC selects motivated and dedicated high school girls from the San Antonio Metropolitan Area who promote a commitment to live as citizens of the world.
Women’s Global Connection invites you to a special presentation to learn more about cross-cultural experiences that can enrich your learning and life… no matter what age or stage of life you’re in!
A few weeks ago, Tere Dresner-Salinas and Faith (Toni) Myers, both members of the Women’s Global Connection team, traveled to Tanzania to deliver workshops to the women of BUWEA in Dar es Salaam in capacity bulding at the Childcare Center and conduct training with women’s groups, including a mom’s group from the Hekima School.
The community service and cross-cultural trainings in Chimbote we’ve participated in have been fulfilling in friendship. That’s one of the things we notice about this kind of trip – it’s relational, especially since WGC and the Incarnate Word sisters have had such a long presence here.
Stephanie Mitchell, a University of Incarnate Word nutrition professor on our immersion trip, is very concerned about water quality and how that can bring health or disease.
On May 23, we visited both a preschool and secondary school in an outlying area known as Nuevo Chimbote.