#WYAtravels to Sri Lanka and Nepal | Meet the Batch 1 Interns for 2018
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GLOBAL NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 2018
WYA kicked off the start of 2018 with a WYAAP South Asia tour to Sri Lanka and Nepal headed by our WYAAP Regional Director and WYA President.
Meanwhile, the WYA Headquarters in New York welcome five young ladies to the roster of interns hailing from different parts of the world.
Lastly, we continue to invite you to the ball of the year as we turn 19 at the WYA Birthday Ball on March 10. Head on to this space to buy tickets before they run out! Looking for a more artsy evening out? Take a look at what’s to come at the 2018 Manhattan International Film Festival as we release the first of a two part feature on this year’s finalists.
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#WYAtravels to Sri Lanka and Nepal
This WYAAP South Asia tour, WYAAP Regional Director Mary Imbong and WYA President Lord Pomperada visited Sri Lanka and Nepal to present in a Global Youth Peace conference and certify members under the Training Program. Click the country’s links to read on!
What’s to Come at the 2018 MIFF? (Part I)
As the 2018 Manhattan International Film Festival draws nearer, get to know our top ten finalists from the United States, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, and Lebanon with this 2-part feature!
The World Youth Alliance Internship Program provides opportunities for young people who are inspired by the ideas and work of the World Youth Alliance (WYA) to gain professional skills working on WYA’s projects and a substantive learning experience on WYA’s core ideas.