Engage Magazine

Issue 13

Winter 2020


this photo depicts a character from Game of Thrones, inspiration for the Sullivan Study Abroad in Scotland program

Study Abroad in Scotland: A "Game of Thrones" Adventure

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With an emphasis on social entrepreneurship, this summer's study-abroad program helps college students identify their personal leadership styles in a "Game of Thrones" context.

Gearing Up for an Exciting 2020

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From the Spring Ignite Retreat to the Study Abroad in Scotland and Selma Community Innovation Immersion programs, the Sullivan Foundation offers a wealth of opportunities for aspiring social entrepreneurs.

Hailey McMahon: Meet Berry College's First Sullivan Scholar

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Sullivan Scholarship winner Hailey McMahon is passionate about animal welfare and community service.
this photo shows MaKayla Lorick in the process of conducting an interview

A History Overlooked

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Sullivan Award winner MaKayla Lorick helps Washington & Lee's African-American alumni tell their stories about a turbulent period in southern history.

A Life-Changing Summer in Prague

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"You can change the world": Campbell University senior Lori Babb reflects on her Sullivan study-abroad experience in Prague.
this photo shows the profile subject's experience with the Sullivan Foundation's Study Abroad program

Cecilia Trotter: Saying "Yes" to Risks

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Her experience with the Sullivan Foundation has helped her to "stop glorifying risk and start glorifying the action of moving forward."
this photo shows the kindness of the real Mister Rogers

The Real Mister Rogers

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A 2001 Sullivan Award winner, Fred Rogers was a familiar and comforting sight on the Rollins College campus, both as a student and an alumnus.
this photo shows Tim Profeta speaking to Congress about reducing carbon emissions in the U.S.

Rethinking the Politics of Climate Change

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Tim Profeta suggested a federal/state partnership approach to reducing carbon emissions, with individual states developing their own solutions to climate change.
this photo depicts Edmundite Missions Enterprises in action

Learning to Serve in Selma

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The Selma Community Innovation Immersion Program empowers college students to fight poverty at the grassroots level through social entrepreneurship and other initiatives.