Kymberley Chu, contributor to the 2019 Graduate Voices series and Diploma Programme (DP) graduate, discusses being a global citizen, encountering stereotypes and advice for students to be open to new perspectives and identities.
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Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Linnea Huhta reflects on the power of technology and resiliency in keeping social culture alive during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak. This is her first story in our graduate voices series.
Middle Years Programme (MYP) graduate Rebecca Vasconcelos reflects on the opportunity to develop student agency while implementing remote learning. Rebecca is also a Primary Years Programme (PYP) educator.
We connected with Devi Sahny, DP graduate of Antwerp International School to share her inspiration for launching online mentorship platform Ascend Now and of course, her IB experience!
We welcome DP graduate Sanad Battikhi of Asamiah International School to share his journey through the IB and how he found a passion for entrepreneurship during his gap year before attending Cardiff University. This is his first story in the graduate voices series.
We welcome Safa Shahkhalili, who graduated from the Jakarta Intercultural School, to the graduate voices series. She connects with her former IB teacher to discuss the concept of growth mindset and learning through the lens of a third culture kid.
Akua Nyame-Mensah shares how the DP core supported her in pursuing her different interests and building her career as an executive coach.
Thea Myhrvold, IB graduate of Skagerak International School, Norway, on launching her education technology projects, TeachMeNow and GetBEE, in the Middle East.
Ayman Siraj, graduate of Kodaikanal International School, reflects on the value that creativity, activity, service (CAS) brings to your personal and professional life.
Langelihle Ndiweni of Westwood International School reflects on her DP experience and how she discovered her strengths.
Harriet Boston reflects on her experience living abroad after the DP and the differences between life in Europe and Canada.
We connected with Diploma Programme (DP) graduates and IB educators to share their perspectives on why we should support women and girls interested in science.
Diploma Programme (DP) student at Li Po Chun United World College, Hawi Odhiambo, shares her work sustainably supporting local farmers with her Middle Years Program (MYP) personal project, which she completed while attending the Aga Khan Academy, Mombasa.
Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Anna Zarotiadou shares her experience finding new career paths for her education after realzing her major didn’t fit her career interests.
Oona Piipponen reflects on how her time in the Primary Years Programme (PYP) and the Diploma Programme (DP) helped shape her life-long passion for learning as a student and PYP educator.