“Right now not only as a nation, but as humans, we are divided. Whether it be the color of our skin or the things we believe in, it seems everyone has a problem with something.
But I believe, as people, we’re so much more than that. If we would just sit down with someone we have differences with and learn more about each other through the process of storytelling, the world would be a better place, one story at a time.”
–Ethan, N4 Student Ambassador, KY, US
Interested in using the story exchange in your classroom? Give us a shout!
Empathy Eats: Thanksgiving with Floyd Central HS and University Heights HS
N4 Northeast Regional Summit Highlights
The Empathy Project at Narrative 4 Ireland
Our Field Exchange Program is an immersive experience designed for students from different backgrounds, cultures, and communities to explore one another’s homes and histories.
Through a year-long curriculum and two week-long trips in each community, students from our two visionary partner schools—University Heights High School (UHHS) in the Bronx, NY and Floyd Central High School (FCHS) in Langley, KY—cross state lines and cultural divides in an effort to build community, break down barriers, and shatter stereotypes.
Check out what current N4 students are doing below and then contact us to get involved!
Check out our Student leaders in action!
October 7, 2016 Recently, we saw how Sarah Lawrence and Concordia College have developed N4 programming on campus. Today, we stop by Seton Hill University,…Read More
September 30, 2016 Last week, we visited Hi Hat, KY, where high school students learned empathy and exchange within their classrooms. This week, we turn to Moorhead,…Read More
September 23, 2016 Our hearts fill with joy when students tell us about their story exchange experiences, like when we heard from Robin Kronsinsky at…Read More