I saw endurance and harmony as two important factors in arriving at an end goal . I am currently a part of a grad school program studying Experiential Education and Jewish Cultural Arts that 1) takes endurance time-wise but also in that it is a process and we are always learning(!) and 2) it takes harmony to work together with each other as a cohort, with GW, with community members, and in action to make our passions for being educators and role models (in all of the different ways that we each envision that) into a reality.
More specifically, the program is a Masters in Experiential Education and Jewish Cultural Arts (in the Graduate School of Education and Human Development). If you’re interested in learning more informally or know someone who would be, feel free to check out the group page here and if you’re interested, apply here 🙂
Smelly cat, the epitome of endurance and harmony: (I can’t even say that with a straight face…)