Celebrating Friendship: From BFF to BBF

You can’t deny the friendships that form when you spend countless hours digging trenches, mixing concrete, taking vitals, sharing meals, or sitting through long rides in the rural countryside with passionate people.

More Than a Cupcake, More Than a Volunteer Trip

April is National Volunteer Month, and Global Brigades is taking a moment to appreciate the continuous hard work accomplished by our volunteers throughout the GB365 year.

We Still March

Global Brigades reflects on International Women’s Day and continues to make bold changes in 2017.

It’s Your Turn to Lead a Conference!

You’re a leader for Global Brigades on your campus, you’ve been on a brigade, led one or even multiple and you’re working to continue to grow the movement. You live #GB365 by taking action as a global citizen and want to meet fellow leaders and volunteers committed to the same go…

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5 Ways to be a Global Citizen in 2017

Take action as a global citizen with these 5 tips from Global Brigades to living a GB365 year.

The Ultimate Guide for GB’s Annual Chapter Contribution

The Annual Chapter Contribution directly supports Global Brigades’ year-round holistic development work. Use this guide to get informed about where the funds go, and learn how to execute awesome fundraisers in order to meet the fundraising deadline by December 31st!

Out of Office: Professionals Bring Expertise on Brigade

Marketing professionals Jim Knutsen and Kyndra Wilson reflect on their recent Business Brigade to Honduras.

What’s It Like to Host a Student Leadership Conference?

Global Brigades chapters across Canada kicked off 2016 with three inspiring Student Leadership Conferences. Here, University of Toronto Global Brigades shares their experience hosting the Central Canada SLC. By Nadine Narain and Sarah Wheeler, UTGB Executive Board & Conferenc…

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Campus Chairpersons to Collaborate in Milwaukee

Fostering students’ passion to become better global citizens truly drives our health and development work. That’s why every year, we host events where motivated students can learn to become better global leaders.

Columbia Social Enterprise Conference

By Trudy Lei Last Friday, I was lucky enough to attend Columbia Business School’s Social Enterprise Conference, where I had the opportunity to hear from leaders in the sector, from NYC Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen to former Vice President Al Gore. As an alumna of Global Water Brigade…

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