New partners. A new team. A fresh academic year.
It is a fresh start at Media Decoder.
That month, two new academic companions — Kepler in Kigali, Rwanda and Realgymnasium Rämibühl in Züwealthy, Switzerland — are joining Media Decoder as we embark on our seventh year of working with pupils around the world.
The addition of the African college and Swiss high school extends Media Decoder’s achievement to 20 academic applications in 15 countries.
Created in 2013, Kepler has campuses in Rwanda’s money, Kigali, and Kiziba refugee camp in western Rwanda. Their alliance with Southern New Hampshire School in the United States enables their pupils to acquire an on the web, U.S.-accredited bachelor’s stage while participating in seminars, job preparedness instruction, and instruction in East Africa.
“Media Decoder offers our pupils software because of their writing talents and the ability to be observed all over the world, increasing their prospects to be used by global guides,” said Jean Bosco Sibomana, Kepler’s Communications Manager.
New companions in Rwanda and Switzerland
Realgymnasium Rämibühl is Zurich’s oldest “gymnasium” — a freely funded, academically particular high school, or “syntax school.” Their pupils graduate with the Swiss “Matura,” which entitles them to review any topic at any Swiss university. Realgymnasium offers a broad knowledge with increased exposure to contemporary and old languages and is an I.B. Earth School.
“The Realgymnasium Rämibühl in Züwealthy seems forward to giving their pupils a new outlet because of their creativity along with newsone insights into world activities and how they get noted,” said British teacher Martin Hulton Bott.
Media Decoder works with pupils at spouse schools in varied ways.
We help them publish multimedia content on our website and organize webinars on matters of global interest. Our professional correspondents provide workshops on pitching, reporting, creating, and revising, and they teach pupils, a few of whom find themselves interning with us. We offer E-Learning courses, and pupils make a podcast line with our U.K. spouse, podium. Me.
New staff inserts fresh a few ideas into Media Decoder.
Two new workers have lately joined Media Decoder, bringing new a few ideas to the non-profit startup.
Handling Director Maria Krasinski succeeds Lauren Heuser, and Leila Roker joins as our Communications Intern.
Situated in the United States, Krasinski has three degrees from the School of Chicago, including two master’s, in International Relations and Public Policy. She caused WorldChicago, which organizes U.S. State Team professional and instructional trade applications, between 2012 and 2017, eventually helping as Vice President.
She then offered in the U.S. Peace Corps in Tbilisi, Georgia. More recently, she illustrated the book “Art Hiding in New York: An Explained Manual to the City’s Secret Efforts,” She and author Lori Zimmer have closed for a second book, “Art Hiding in Paris” due out next year.
Also a U.S. person, Roker lately finished from the American School of Paris with a degree in Writing and lives in the French capital. She’s written for WWD, Forbes, and NBC and worked for NBC at the recent Olympic Activities in Tokyo. A native New Yorker, Roker is considering a vocation in luxury marketing or journalism.
Earlier in the day that week, Krasinski, Roker, and I held a mini-retreat in rural France to program the coming year.
It was excellent to get together in person following months of vacation restrictions due to COVID-19. By classification, Media Decoder is a digital community of young people worldwide. Still, there’s significant to be said for face-to-face activities, particularly each time staff is building a fresh start.
Our Director of Growth, Thea Lacey, situated in the U.K., rounds out the Media Decoder team.
In the coming months, Media Decoder readers may study and view performance by our outstanding pupils and our seasoned correspondents as they look probably the most pressing, challenging problems experiencing the world.