“I was very excited when I went to the Cape Coast castle. I had a visual history lesson” 2016 Youth Global Ambassador Tadariel writes an online journal about her first-time travel experience overseas with One Step Initiative. Cape Coast Castle Dungeons experience through the eyes of a Memphis, TN high school student.
Dr. Zenator Agyeman-Rawlings is the daughter of the 4th President of Ghana, Jerry Rawlings and a current Member of Ghana Parliament.
“Overall the experience was enlightening to say the least. Seeing that we as African Americans could be so similar to our native land though there are thousands of miles and an ocean between us helped me to see that we still have a connection.” 2016 Youth Global Ambassador Alexia writes an online journal about her first-time travel experience overseas with One Step Initiative. Church service comparison between Ghana and America from the eyes of a pastor’s kid.
“After that great experience on the planes as a first time flyer, I could say that I really enjoyed myself and I would love to travel more.” 2016 Youth Global Ambassador Tekia writes an online journal about her first-time travel experience overseas with One Step Initiative. Group departure and arrival in Ghana.
“I am glad that I did not let fear hold me back because it was a beautiful sight to see what God has created. I am very thankful for the opportunity, and I know that this a learning experience that I will take back to my family and friends.” 2016 Youth Global Ambassador Kyla writes an online journal about her first-time travel experience overseas with One Step Initiative. Group departure and arrival in Ghana.
My name is Rashad. I was born in Houston, Texas, on May 3rd, 2001. I have resided in Houston and in Memphis, Tennessee. I am currently located in Memphis. I am of a single parent household. My mother, Kimberly Speight, is an educator. She is a coach to high school science teachers. My grandparents and…
Our first program was a success because of you! Our team wants to formally thank everyone that supported OSI and our Youth Global Ambassadors.
“Today is the day that we get to see the king and meet chiefs of the Ashanti Kingdom. This actually occurs during the Akwasidae Festival.”
“The organization can’t be described in one word, it has given me the opportunity to travel again. It was so enlightening because, there’s so much more than Memphis but you have to take that One Step.”
“OSI is a great program. Anyone who wants to study abroad, to further themselves, and learn other people’s culture, you too should try OSI.”
To stand in a position to create something that’s meaningful, impactful, and transforms the lives of an entire generation of students has been the ultimate gift.
Preparing students for full integration in a diverse and global society –empowering students capable of promoting their own welfare while remaining deeply committed to the welfare of others.