ABOUT THE MILLENNIUM FELLOWSHIP - CLASS OF 2018

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United Nations Academic Impact and MCN are proud to partner on the Millennium Fellowship.  In the three months the application was open in 2018, students applied to join the Class of 2018 on 285 campuses across 57 nations.  30 campuses worldwide (just 11%) were selected to host the 530 Millennium Fellows in the global pilot this year. 

The Class of 2018 is bold, innovative, and inclusive. Millennium Fellows' Projects are projected to positively impact the lives of over 310,000 people worldwide this year. 


UNITED NATIONS ACADEMIC IMPACT AND MCN PROUDLY PRESENT ANNEMARIE CREAGER, A MILLENNIUM FELLOW FOR THE CLASS OF 2018.

Becker College l Massachusetts, USA l Advancing SDG 4  and UNAI 3

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“I'm eager to work with others in sharing and developing a network of projects and ideas that promote the sustainability of global pursuits. I'm excited to see the skills, and attributes that others bring to the table and how we will encourage each others leadership qualities in attaining the goals we set.”


Millennium Fellowship Project

The Make it Grand project is a bare essentials early education curriculum that focuses on the many developmental areas of learning. Using it to help give children in developing areas early access to tools that will help further their development emotionally, cognitively, and physically. This project aims to achieve furthering access to resources, training, and understanding of the early education methods that are used in emergent curriculum's in the U.S., and contribute them towards a foundation located in Grand Goave, Haiti. They also hope to inform and incorporate student engagement on campus to push the spectrum of awareness on education advancement globally.

About the Millennium Fellow

Annemarie is a senior at Becker College majoring in Global Citizenship, specializing in education. She has worked as an early education teacher for several years, in Infant-pre-k classes. She never knew that she would be a teacher, but working in this field has driven her compassion and leadership growth in numerous ways. However, despite not knowing that she would be a teacher, she has always wanted to work in developing communities. Through her studies and work, she has only had more and more opportunities to really understand global developments and their affects on communities, families, and children, and access to education. Most recently, she has worked in rural areas of Jamaica and Haiti, in providing access to classroom materials and resources, for both students and teachers. Knowing just what a positive learning environment can do for a students development has given her a drive to help work to distribute access to quality education, and to work on engaging and encouraging others hoping to work in the educational field to broaden their perspective on how their knowledge and experiences can help teachers and students globally.