A Singular Education

Global Village Project is the only school in the country dedicated to educating refugee girls who have had their education interrupted.
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It Only Takes One

Each and every girl we educate has the potential to not only change her life and that of her family’s, but also her community and even the world. Your gift helps us prepare our students to be undaunted, and allows us to pioneer an innovative model of refugee education to share with educators globally. DONATE NOW >

Merging Many Worlds

Our 50 students come from 1 of 19 countries of origin in Africa, Asia, and South America, and they collectively speak 26 different languages—from French to Kinyarwanda and Arabic to Karen. APPLY FOR ADMISSION >

Arts are integral to teaching and learning at GVP providing students with ongoing experiences that give them tools to express themselves and learn that creative pursuits are a part of innovative thinking. Music, performing, and visual arts act as a means for students to display their strengths, knowledge and identities. Now, with a recent grant from a generous partner, GVP will substantially enhance its STEAM offering over the next two years.

STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) is an interdisciplinary and integrated approach to 21st century teaching and learning that emphasizes creativity, communication, and collaboration.
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Students served by Global Village Project since 2009

When a student arrives at GVP:

  • she is 13 years old (on average)
  • she speaks 2–3 languages
  • she comes from 1 of 10+ countries of origin in Asia, Africa, and South America
  • she has missed an average of 3 years of school (and up to 6)
  • she has been in the US for less than 3 years

A GLOBAL VILLAGE PROJECT UPDATE

GVP Welcomes Elizabeth Elango Bintliff, new CEO and Head of School

Read our August 2020 Press Release and Elizabeth's Message to the Community

"The story of why I serve on the board of Global Village Project begins with my mother."

Our community is made of incredible individuals who are deeply invested in GVP's mission, and Board Member Han Pham is one of them. Han's journey to serving as Vice Chair of GVP's Board of Directors is one that spans generations and continents - from her mother's escape from war-torn Vietnam to her own experiences growing up in the U.S. READ MORE >

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Next to visit the virtual classroom for our Careers speaker series was Ms. Adria Mitchell! Ms. Adria is the CEO and Founder of Ecoslay, which makes 100% homemade hair products that are good for people and good for the environment. Last week she spoke with GVP students about what's like running her own business. We are so grateful to Ms. Adria and our other amazing women leaders for coming to share about their careers! ... See MoreSee Less

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We can't believe there are only TEN DAYS LEFT OF SCHOOL! Mark your calendars for GVP's Last Day of School Virtual Celebration at 5 pm on May 26th!! Instead of our usual May Authors' Tea, this year we'll be wrapping up the new year in style with a livestreamed event featuring student presentations, GVP music, and more! ... See MoreSee Less

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GVP is currently seeking a part-time and/or substitute bus driver to join our team! Learn more at globalvillageproject.org/engage/jobs-internships/ and help spread the word if you can! ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy Mother's Day to mothers everywhere, including GVP moms who give so much to support their daughters' dreams and education ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

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As part of our Careers virtual speaker series, last week GVP students met Dr. Allison Bridges, climate scientist and Adjunct Lecturer in the Sustainability Management program in the School of Professional Studies at Columbia University. Dr. Bridges spoke with students about her work researching climate change, global warming, pollution, and other environmental issues. Thanks so much for joining us, Dr. Bridges!#steamlearning #guestspeaker ... See MoreSee Less

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We're hiring!! Global Village Project is currently seeking a a Marketing & Communications Specialist who shares an excitement for refugee girls’ education and a passion for building impactful communications through storytelling. Visit globalvillageproject.org/engage/jobs-internships/ for more info! Applications are open until May 17th. ... See MoreSee Less

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From walking students to lunch at Agnes Scott to assisting in the classroom, volunteers have always played a vital role at GVP. This fall, we’re excited to invite volunteers to deepen their engagement with GVP even further through leadership roles in our new Volunteer Support Network! You can lead or co-lead a team to assist with academic support, special events, or more! To help us get started, we’re asking all onboarded volunteers to complete a 10-minute skills survey at bit.ly/gvpvolunteersurvey2021. Or, if you’re new to volunteering at GVP, fill out an application at www.globalvillageproject.org! ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy National Teacher Appreciation Week! We are so grateful to our superhero teachers at GVP, who have always, but especially this year, gone above and beyond in their dedication to our students' learning and wellbeing. Thank you so much for everything you do!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to GVP alumna Mue Su for becoming a U.S. citizen!! The journey to U.S. citizenship is long and certainly not easy, and we are thrilled to be able to celebrate this momentous occasion with you and your family! 🎊 ... See MoreSee Less

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Lily Tova is back!! GVP's favorite canine, Lily Tova the therapy dog, and her human Cindy Zeldin paid GVP a virtual visit this month to read with students. Lily and Cindy are long-time friends of GVP, having volunteered for years to help students practice reading aloud in English. What a joy it was to see Lily Tova via Zoom; we can't wait to give her all the pets soon when we're back together in person!Read more about Lily Tova at GVP at globalvillageproject.org/lily-tova-therapy-dog-visits-virtual-gvp-to-read-with-students/! ... See MoreSee Less

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