Stories:

  • NEWS
    Changemaker Internship Highlights Social Action
    An internship with Ashoka Japan, a branch of the world’s largest and oldest social entrepreneurship network, puts College of the Atlantic student Yoichiro Ashida ’20 on the forefront of social action in his hometown of Tokyo.
  • NEWS
    How A Man Born Into Poverty In Nepal Inspired Thousands Of Children To Finish School [The Telegraph]
    Education pioneer Surya Karki ’16 has been working to transform Nepal’s school system since he was a student at College of the Atlantic, opening his first school in the country in 2015. Since that time, Karki and his charity, United World Schools Nepal, have launched 30 schools, with seven more on the way.
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    Student Business Blends Environmentalism and Outdoor Recreation
    A new venture developed within College of the Atlantic’s sustainable business hatchery seeks to merge environmental responsibility with convenience and a love of nature. Beehive Mountain Equipment is starting off with manufacturing eco-friendly, water-resistant, reusable bags, but the sky is the limit for future projects, say the eager trio behind the business.