As a volunteer, she played learning games with the boys, assisted them with their homework, and chaperoned special events.
Additionally, she taught English to local professional women striving to advance their careers.
Art is a fundamental component of what makes us human.
Students in this class will experience art as a form of self expression and their creative skills will grow naturally.
He is entering his 4th year at Grand Valley State Univeristy.
Ollie is native to Dearborn, Michigan, and was offered a scholarship to play football at GVSU.
This internship has brought her into Zaatari Refugee camp, the largest Syrian refugee camp in Jordan, and introduced her to the individuals working tirelessly to assist persons in need.
Simultaneously, Leah is still working on increasing her proficiency in Arabic, while simultaneously completing her thesis on Water Scarcity and Refugee Populations in Northern Jordan.
Currently, she is back in Jordan, interning with the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR).
A total of 719,618 people of concern are registered with UNHCR in Jordan, including 646,329 Syrians, 55,162 Iraqis, and 9,127 others including 4,071 Yemenis, 3,055 Sudanese and 777 Somalis.
Together we will learn about keeping a sketchbook, how to “see” like an artist, and best of all play with fiber, watercolor, chalk pastel, acrylic, ink and more. Instructor: Mandi Schiff members, 5 non-members (Ages 6 to 12) Wednesdays Time: pm to pm Session I 1/4/17 – 2/15/17 (six (6) weeks) Session II 2/22/17 – 3/29/17 (six (6) weeks) Imagination is the key in this hand-building clay class.
Join instructor Lois Crisp Stover as she teaches how to be successful building bird houses, totems, rain-sticks, bird feeders, animals, and much more.
Upon graduating from Grand Valley State University, Ollie plans to attend law school.