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Bringing Lessons from South Africa Home

Bringing Lessons from South Africa Home

This summer Teach with Africa partnered with the Bayview/Hunter’s Point YMCA in San Francisco, CA, to run an academic camp for local, at-risk youth. More than 75 students, grades 2-8, participated in Math, Science, Writing, and Life Orientation classes taught by former (and future) Teach with Africa Fellows. “This camp allowed Teach with Africa to […]

 
Notes from the Field: Science Brought to Life

Notes from the Field: Science Brought to Life

Deb Snyder, 2010 Teach with Africa fellow, has a BS in Global Strategic Management and an MBA from Dominican University of California. After so many days of clear weather, Wednesday dawned gray and foggy. This wasn’t a deterrent to Josh’s science class, though. [Josh Elder, 2010 Teach with Africa fellow, is a teacher at KIPP […]

 

My name is Asanda

Hi, my name is Asanda Sigigaba. I was doing grade 12 at LEAP this year and I want to become a teacher. My personal journey experiences has led me to this career so that is why I feel its worth to be shared with other young people. The reason why I want to be a teacher is because […]

 

My name is Zonke

I would firstly like to introduce myself. My name is Zonke. I’m a grade 12 student at LEAP who is intending on studying teaching next year. Today Mr. Gilmour introduced me to your project and I had the chance to look at your website. I must say that it has made me excited about my […]