PO Box 960
That's why we call ourselves InterConnections 21, or IC 21 for short.
Alexandra Fuller, parent of IC 21 student participant; author of Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight and Cocktail Hour Under the Tree of Forgetfulness
"Whether it's the increasingly global economy we all rely on, the environment we all share, or the security issues we all face, the world impinges on us and obliges us to learn. IC 21 has done truly amazing work with our high school students and with our entire community to bring home...critical global issues that are coloring everyone's future but which don't always hit us every day here in Wyoming."
Dr. Barbara Herz, Jackson Hole community member, former World Bank economist and co-author of What Works in Girls' Education
"My experiences with IC21 played a critical role in my academic and professional success. My life is richer because of IC21, and I will always be grateful for that."
Harrison Tome, Jackson Hole High School ‘06
"As a student in Jackson, IC 21 offered me profound insight into the wider world of rights and international issues in which all global citizens should be engaged...From food banks to firefighting, my passion for protecting the basic rights of my fellow community members can be traced directly to my earliest exposure to dialogues about Human Rights - in middle and high school via IC21."
Melissa P. Tomasma, Journeys School '04