The Trojan Global Network (TGN) aims to bridge the gap between international and domestic students at USC through community programing. We’re a new group on campus, but we have big dreams, and we’ll keep working until students don’t feel a divide between the two groups.
Two weeks ago TGN met with directors and language instructors from Foshay Learning Center, a local k-12 school. By next semester we hope to set up a community of USC student volunteers to help elementary school students learn foreign languages.
Keep tuned for more info!
We volunteered at 24th Street Theater’s Dia De Los Muertos Street Fair on November 2nd. It was a lot of fun, and we got to meet some new community leaders.
On November first, we celebrated Dia de Los Muertos with a Day of Games at the Viterbi E-Quad!
What makes TGN unique at USC is that it is a group with student involvement from all over the university.
But check out what two of our e-board members have to say:
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