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Our Press Mentions
Paper Airplanes was one of the final five winning teams in the second edition of MIT Enterprise Forum Pan Arab's “Innovate for Refugees competition”
Former US Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power mentioned Paper Airplanes at the 2016 Techfugees Collaborative Conference.
TeenVogue featured Paper Airplanes in an article and video on World Refugee Day.
Adolescent.net published a profile of one of our students' experiences.
BarakaBits wrote a piece covering Paper Airplanes' work.
Technic.ly DC wrote a piece featuring Paper Airplanes' use of technology in serving people affected by conflict.
USA Today, wrote about Students Organize for Syria and its partnership with Paper Airplanes.
The State Department released a document about how American colleges are helping refugees and mentioned Paper Airplanes.
GoMN featured a Paper Airplanes fundraiser on its page.
IIE PEER re-shared an earlier piece about Paper Airplanes.
Severna Park Voice featured an article on the creation of Paper Airplanes.
Carleton Voice also featured an article on the creation of Paper Airplanes.
Public Relations Director Mohammad Aljamous discusses his work with Paper Airplanes and the participation of Paper Airplanes in the Innovate for Refugees competition on BBC Extra Radio.
Red Bull Social Innovation team wrote an article about Paper Airplanes and the story behind it and they featured some of the staff members.
An Interview with the public relations director, Mohammad Aljamous, to talk more about the idea of Paper Airplanes.
Monte Carlo Doualiya
Interviewed the public relations director, Mohammad Aljamous, to talk more about the idea of Paper Airplanes.
Carleton grad's nonprofit links Syrian refugees with tutors worldwide.
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