A message from the 2017 Reunion Organizers: Save the Date for Reunion for the Classes of 2007 and 2008! 4 – 7 August 2017. (All members of the class should have received an email invite. If not, please write to [email protected]) In preparation for this amazing weekend, we’d like to invite class volunteers to be in charge of…
Tamar Zeevi (center), a MUWCI alumna (Israel, ’15) declared her refusal to enlist in the Israeli army yesterday, for reasons of conscientious objection. Her story made news in various news blogs and journals.Update #1 (Nov 2016): Tamar and her co-objector have been sentenced to jail time after which they will be brought back for another hearing…
Nothing that I do today would have been possible without MUWCI. I am not the most stellar of students, and was going through the motions in the Indian school system. I got accepted to MUWCI, and started studying a wide variety of subjects and reading a lot more. While my academic brilliance didn’t (still hasn’t,…
This year, we have got exciting things happening at MUWCI and we want our alumni on board! Check out this amazing video that our students created just for you and be a part of our new #KaiseHoSayHello campaign!
UWCMC in its dreams and idealism, is sometimes vulnerable to what Chiamanda Adichie calls “the single story.” Indeed, stories around impact in communities around us do present a rosier picture than most would agree. Hear the story of Seema circle from Alisha, our alumna and Seema’s founder, to feel how she experienced the adrenalin of success followed by the possibility of failure.
When people are accused of crimes and are too poor to afford a lawyer, Anna represents them. She is an attorney at the Atlanta Judicial Circuit, Office of the Public Defender. She says that UWC instilled in her a strong sense of personal and social responsibility and in her job she has found a way to use privilege to advocate for those on the margins of power.
Check out events happening for UWC alumni organised by UWC schools, colleges, and national committees worldwide!
Jyotsna (UWCMC, ’04) has been living the UWC mission by managing health-based projects focused on larger goals of economic growth and poverty alleviation in the international development sector. Read more to find out how.
Do you want to reconnect with the infectious idealism that, for better or worse, defines UWC? Volunteer to participate in either the shortlisting committee or the interview panel.
UWC International announced a USD $15 million funding boost through a gift by American philanthropist, Shelby M.C. Davis. Under the program, charitable donations from alumni, parents and friends to the UWC institutions will be matched dollar for dollar, thereby doubling contributions. This is a fantastic opportunity to kick off the college’s first concerted fundraising drive around the #StepUp Campaign that aims to reconnect alumni and parents with UWCMC. Alumni can choose to designate their gift to support specific projects under three pillars of our Vision 2022.