Global Village Project serves refugee students who live in Clarkston, Georgia, one of the most diverse cities in the nation. GVP centers the needs and experiences of young women who face multiple barriers to their education - as refugees, newcomers, English Language Learners, and more. Our transformative educational model is designed to not only meet the needs of refugee young women, but also amplify the strengths, skills, and voices they bring to our learning community. Since 2009, GVP continues to equip refugee learners with a holistic education that prepares them for long-term success. At the heart of our work remains our commitment to advancing educational equity, empowering and uplifting young women who will help lead us into this future.