Along with a healthy dose of humor and Australian charm, Please Like Me, created by Josh Thomas, is taking a more relatable approach to the representation of mental illness.
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The times, they are a-changin’ for Students of the World. While the past several years have focused on our very intensive Signature Project program, we have been turning our eyes to how we can scale participation in our mission. To that end, SOW has been working on a new partnership for several months, and we’reREAD MORE
Our Executive Director Courtney Spence was invited to a photo shoot with PACT earlier this year to be featured in their spotlight on social good happening in Texas for their upcoming newsletter. We are so excited to share the final product! We were introduced to PACT in January, and since then we’ve simply fallen inREAD MORE
Kate Simpson shared her passion for social media as a means to tell stories of progress at the Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Participation at The University of Texas for the White House Young America Series. “Our generation has an incredible advantage because of the technology we’ve grown up with and have immediate access to.READ MORE
We think Better World Books is a great book seller. They’ve raised over $11 million for literacy, they’ve donated over 6 million books, and they’ve reused/upcycled over 70 million books! They are a company that can truely walk the walk, so we were honored when they asked to profile us in a blog post. We’reREAD MORE