The Landscape of Education
For the storybook I’m writing, I’ve begun doing some research on the nature in the Kingdom of Eswatini. Acacia Swazica, or the Swaziland thorn tree, and the Baobab tree are some well known indigenous trees. I’ve learned that some of the main major exports of this country are sugar, fuel, and cotton. Eswatini commonly has plains and mountains. They have a king who has twenty-seven children and fourteen wives. The country’s national mantra is: “We are a fortress. We are a myst
Let's Begin: First week at Deaf Open World
Hello and welcome! My name is Charleá Fields and recently I have began my journey as the Public Relations and Marketing Intern at Deaf Open World. I am a third-year student at Susquehanna University, majoring in Psychology and Journalism. As an active member on my campus, Deaf Open World caught my attention and inspired me to be apart of a bigger picture. As an emerging organization, Deaf Open World works towards advancing education opportunities for Deaf youth in Swaziland.
My First Week At Deaf Open World
Hello! My name is Jimmeaha Mack, I am 18 years old and am originally from Downingtown, Pennsylvania. Currently, I am a first-year student studying Public Relations at Susquehanna University. I first heard about this internship opportunity through my university, though after researching and reading about Deaf Open World’s mission, I found that their ideals of equal and accessible education for all lined up perfectly with mine, and I wanted to become involved in their efforts.