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IN OUR OWN WORDS...
Here, RT's inspiring students have written their own personal stories about their experiences before and after coming to the United States. They express how the assistance they have received from RT has helped shape their lives while adapting to life in a new country.
Richard Bakheit: For a Better Life...
Y Nhui Dong: Our New Life in the U.S.
Til Gurung: "World of Difference Benefit Luncheon 2010" Speech
Hien Ha: The New Start
Jenny Hu: My Life
Toe Lwin: "World of Difference Benefit Luncheon 2009" Speech
Senada Mujajic: What Happened to Us During the War
Etta: Letter to My Tutor
MuSah: "World of Difference Benefit Dinner 2009" Speech
Truong Nguyen: A Student's Story
Praseela Rai: "World of Difference Benefit Luncheon 2009" Speech
PROJECTS, DRAWINGS, AND ESSAYS
Being a Refugee Transitions student is not only fun, it's hard work! RT students make great strides in their literacy skills while completing school work with volunteers; writing journal entries and essays; drawing pictures; and executing special projects.