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Blossom Hill turns 10! Over the last decade, our Fellows have worked tirelessly to reach tens of thousands of refugee children and youth from the Middle East who have been affected by conflict and war. Their bold programs have allowed our beneficiaries to thrive, turning their hopes to reality. But even as we celebrate a […]

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Students participating in Blossom Hill Fellows Ahmad Rostami and Furogh Mirdad’s program in entrepreneurship training are thriving! Most recently, Zainab Amirzai, the Gold Medalist alumna of our 2016 Blossom Hill Fellowship, participated in the Elite Intervarsity Debate Tournament organized by Afghans for Progressive Thinking APT, where her team won the championship. She was given the […]

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Blossom Hill Fellow George Batah co-founded Syrian Youth Empowerment (SYE) to help Syrian students and refugees gain admissions and scholarships from top universities around the world. This year alone, SYE helped students receive admission and full scholarships totaling $4.5 MM in 6 countries at top universities such as Harvard, Stanford, Dartmouth, Smith, McGill University, University […]

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Teachers from Blossom Hill Fellow Lexi Shereshewsky’s Early Childhood Center in Azraq, Jordan completed their Montessori training. They found Montessori’s holistic approach to the development of the “whole child” — cognitive, emotional, social, and physical — inspiring and innovative especially in the context of refugee children. The method is based on self-directed activity, hands-on learning […]

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Blossom Hill Fellow George Batah who cofounded Syrian Youth Empowerment (SYE) has excitedly watched as participants of his college preparation program for Syrian students have gained admissions to top universities in the United States and the Middle East. Congratulations on your well deserved achievement of getting into the top universities! Blossom Hill wishes you all […]

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Teachers from Blossom Hill Fellow Lexi Shereshewsky’s Early Childhood Center in Azraq, Jordan completed their Montessori training. They found Montessori’s holistic approach to the development of the “whole child” — cognitive, emotional, social, and physical — inspiring and innovative especially in the context of refugee children. The method is based on self-directed activity, hands-on learning […]

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