OVERSEAS | FUTURE LEADERS STUDY ABROAD
After successfully being inducted into the Future Leaders Programme, Future Leaders gain access to our overseas partnerships, which offer the opportunity to study abroad, undertake cultural exploration and further skills development internationally.
CURRENT STUDY ABROAD
PARTNERSHIPS & OPPORTUNITIES
Ace It Foundation
IN DEVELOPMENT - SEEKING SPONSORSHIP
Gomoa Fetteh, Ghana, West Africa
In early 2019, Future Leaders Bermuda announced a partnership with the Ace It Foundation - a non-governmental organisation based in Gomoa Fetteh, Ghana, whose mission is to empower young people through literacy training, coaching and character development programs.
The partnership aims to develop a cultural exchange between Ghana and Bermuda, with a goal of having Future Leaders visit Ghana in 2021. Students will learn about Ghana's culture and pre-colonial history, participate in leadership workshops, connect with students of the Ace It Foundation, and engage in community projects.
Brandon Hall School
Global Young Leaders in Action
Atlanta, GA, United States
Announced in January 2019, our partnership with this international boarding school offers up to 10 Future Leaders per year direct access to Brandon Hall School Atlanta’s Center for Global Youth Leadership and Social Entrepreneurship Studies. Students spend three weeks at the Brandon Hall Campus engaging in seminars and workshops designed ‘to equip, ignite, and propel forward a new generation of innovative, and collaborative global leaders’.
As part of the agreement, Brandon Hall School also allocates partial scholarship funding towards students selected to participate.
IMPACT | FUTURE LEADERS STUDY ABROAD
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Our Brandon Hall community and the Center for Global Youth Leadership was honored to host the Future Leaders. These young men and women absolutely embodied the concept and spirit of leadership.
Their final pitches and projects left the audience incredibly impressed and many attendees were moved enough to offer investments of time and energy.
Our fervent hope is that this program grows exponentially over the years ahead and that the bridges between Future Leaders and Brandon Hall are built to last and endure.”
— Dean Fusto, President and Head of Brandon Hall School Atlanta