Thanks to a $100,000 grant from the Freeman Foundation, 17 Illinois Wesleyan students are headed to Asia for internship opportunities this summer and fall.
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Illinois Wesleyan students from China volunteered to help sixth graders at Thomas Metcalf School in Normal learn Standard Chinese, also known as Mandarin.
Four new Illinois Wesleyan graduates have won competitive positions to teach in Japan starting this fall, one at Technos College in Tokyo and three with the Japanese Exchange and Teaching Program.
Students raised funds to help fight malaria in sub-Saharan Africa -- enough to provide 100 nets for a community of 200 people -- by organizing a pick-up basketball tournament, a bake sale and other activities.
Kemi Adeleye ’15 won the Technos International Prize, recognizing her academic excellence and commitment to international awareness and understanding.
This summer 12 Illinois Wesleyan students will focus on professional and personal growth as part of the Summer Enrichment Program.
Students, faculty, staff and community partners gathered to celebrate those who made substantial contributions to community service at a recent Civic Engagement Banquet.
This summer, Illinois Wesleyan will offer a Saturday program aimed at promoting early second language acquisition.
In a volunteer program spearheaded by Courtney Balk ’13, Illinois Wesleyan students offer free music lessons to area youth at the Boys & Girls Club.
Three faculty and staff leaders and 21 students spent Spring Break volunteering with the Appalachian Service Project in Chavies, Kentucky. Julia Savich '16 gives a first-person account.