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We are thrilled to announce Ibrahim Alaboud, a former English student who worked in various capacities in the English program before leading the Program as English Program Manager, as our new Executive Director. A core value of Paper Airplanes is listening to students and providing opportunities for them to help shape and run the organization. We are delighted that Ibrahim will be able to draw upon his experiences as a former student and as a longtime staff member to lead Paper Airplanes into its next chapter.
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What Our Students Say
"The most remarkable thing about the English Program is that it gives us the chance to talk with native speakers and get to know other students worldwide, benefit from their knowledge and learn about their cultures through conversation groups like a small community."
- Rama Ballan
"Currently, I am more confident in myself when I use English. When I started receiving lessons with Paper Airplanes I was in the pre intermediate level and currently, I'm at the advanced level."
- Ismail Alhaj Osman, Turkey
"Our generation is trying hard to see life in a new way and strive for the better. I am thankful for Paper Airplanes because they opened the way for us to know new people from different cultures and learn the language from its origins."
- Luna Tayan, Syria
What Our Tutors Say
"Tutoring for Paper Airplanes has been a truly rewarding experience. Both the tutor training and the student curriculum are of the highest quality, designed to meet the unique needs of Syrian students across the globe"
- Theresa Brunker (Summer 2017)
"Without a doubt, I have developed leadership and communication skills unattainable elsewhere, as well as fostered a meaningful relationship with someone I never would have met otherwise."- Maisha Imam (Fall 2017)
"Paper Airplanes allowed me to be an active person and to share my knowledge with others. In return, I learned so many things from my students and about teaching."
- Sarah Faron (Fall 2021)
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