The latest group of Oberlin College graduates has been selected by Oberlin Shansi to spend the next two years teaching and volunteering at partner institutions in China, India, Indonesia, and Japan. Founded in Oberlin, Shansi is an independent, nonprofit organization that promotes understanding and communication between Oberlin and Asia.
The fellows, seen here outside the Shansi office in Peters Hall, “are about to find themselves challenged in myriad ways as they embark on this journey of discovery and growth," says Gavin Tritt, executive director of Oberlin Shansi.
Photograph Courtesy of Oberlin Shansi
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