Student Partnerships Program with Refugee Students in Israel
Looking for a chance to form a meaningful relationship with a student across the world?
The E4H Student Partnerships program aims to provide mutual connections between ASU students in Arizona and ASU Education for Humanity (E4H) students from the African Refugee Development Center (ARDC) in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Each student in Arizona will be paired with one student in Israel. Through weekly or biweekly online conversations, students will be able to form meaningful relationships to discuss school, interests, events, research, challenges, and successes with refugee students in Israel who are learning through ASU’s online learning platform (E4H). This will create a cross-cultural/cross-national experience that fosters mutual understanding and respect for someone from an entirely different background while giving students in Israel the opportunity to practice English.
The tentative time commitment is expected to be about 2-4 hours per month. Please fill out this form by Friday, February 5, 2021 to apply and feel free to reach out for more information!
URL link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScSZEc1h816kltg4c-CwS5D6vQ_bWJm_NHN6CoLR0dDF6ZlJA/viewform
Contact information: Amal Altaf and Julia Jackman at email@example.com