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Melton Fellows empowered at 2016 Clinton Global Initiative University
“The courage to create is very important.” The words of Bill Clinton at the opening plenary of the 2016 Clinton Global Initiative University made me yearn to put my ideas into action. Read…...more »
Melton Foundation participates at Ashesi International Week
The Melton Foundation is continuing to strengthen its ties to its newest partner campus, Ashesi University in Ghana. A recent visit by MF staff to the campus provided an opportunity to…...more »
Melton Foundation at International Civil Society Week 2016!
We are pleased to announce our participation at International Civil Society Week 2016 in Bogotá, Colombia from April 25th-28th. ...more »
Ashoka U Exchange 2016: Inspiring encounters in Social Entrepreneurship
Dillard University Fellow Oluseun Joaquin reports about her experience attending the 2016 Ashoka U Exchange in New Orleans...more »
Get ready for the Melton Day Challenge!
The Melton Day Challenge gives fellows the possibility to not only multiply an Act of Global Citizenship, but also adapt it to a different cultural environment. Here’s how:...more »
Featured Act: Empowering girls with tech & science in Ghana
This post is the first Featured Act from our 100 Acts of Global Citizenship program. To discover more acts, visit our campaign page! Vladimir Fomene, a Melton Fellow from Cameroon, studies Computer Science…...more »
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