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Top 5 Tips on How to Become a Successful Advocate Fighting World Hunger

Our March online intern Mariana is pretty involved in her community raising awareness about hunger – and working to solve it. She wanted to share with you some of the tips and tricks she’s learned working as an advocate to help you inspire your own community. Here’s what she had to say.

New ways of spreading hope transformed this online intern from student to ‘Hunger Game-Changer’

This is Dan Brown. He’s a student like you studying neuroscience at the University of Windsor. You’ll likely remember him from his inspired tweets when he was our online intern this past January. He wanted to share with you why he thinks optimism – and new ways of spreading hope – are the most powerful tools we have in the fight against hunger.

From Alabama to Honduras: One Auburn University student’s story from the Universities Fighting World Hunger Summit

This past weekend, university students gathered in Honduras for the first-ever Universities Fighting World Hunger Summit organized outside of North America. The Summit brings together students to learn about real-world hunger solutions from experts and leaders. Meet one Auburn University student from the United States who attended the Summit. She was already engaged in solving hunger, but here’s her account of how the Summit opened her eyes to new challenges – and new hope.

Join Mariana in changing the world with social media this month

Welcome to March! It’s a new month and that means we have a new online intern tapping into her networks to change the world. Meet Mariana from Greece. She’s excited to see how together we can use social media to “win the war on hunger and not just the battle.”