Blog Posts from Jess Estrada

Jess Estrada

Jess Estrada is the digital media manager for the Bezos Family Foundation. Jess works with the Students Rebuild manager on development and execution of Students Rebuild's content marketing, including its social media channels, website and newsletter. 

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Sat, 12/16/2017
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Mon, 10/03/2016
At the tender age of 10, Nada* was forced to flee her home in Hama after watching her grandfather and neighbors lose their lives during a bombing campaign. She and her family managed to escape to a... Read more
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Mon, 10/03/2016
In the following blog post, learn more about CARE's efforts following our partnership in the One Million Bones Challenge: Youth in Somalia face particular challenges when it comes to finding a path... Read more
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Wed, 08/31/2016
In partnership with the Bezos Family Foundation, the International Rescue Committee (IRC) has committed to serving displaced youth through our Healing Classrooms program in Iraq and Lebanon... Read more
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Tue, 08/30/2016
Shirin Ezaddin Abdullah is standing in front of her classroom in Barika Refugee Camp in the Kurdish Region of Iraq (KRI) during a particularly hot day as the temperature hovers around 110 degrees... Read more
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Wed, 08/03/2016
Remember the IRC Healing Classrooms students from our webcast in April? Pinwheels made during the Healing Classrooms Challenge were sent to Abir, Amani, Aya, Mohamad and all of Mrs. Khitam and Mrs. Amina's students in Lebanon! Take a look at the students and teachers along with the pinwheels and participation certificates below - and stay tuned to see the pinwheels they are making in return: Read more
Remember the IRC Healing Classrooms students from our webcast in April? Pinwheels made during the Healing Classrooms Challenge were sent to Abir, Amani, Aya, Mohamad and all of Mrs. Khitam and Mrs. Amina's students in Lebanon! Take a look at the students and teachers along with the pinwheels and participation certificates below - and stay tuned to see the pinwheels they are making in return:

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Mon, 06/13/2016
“I want to ask ‘what games do you play? What do you do at school? Are you safe?’” Abir and Amani are 11-year-old Syrian refugees living in Lebanon. They are preparing for a big event: a live webcast... Read more
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Wed, 08/12/2015
The Students Rebuild Literacy Challenge inspired students around the world to make bookmarks to benefit Save the Children's Literacy Boost program. We’ll host a final Literacy Challenge webcast from... Read more
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Tue, 08/11/2015
The Students Rebuild Literacy Challenge inspired students around the world to make bookmarks to benefit Save the Children's Literacy Boost program. We’ll host a final Literacy Challenge webcast from... Read more
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Mon, 08/10/2015
The Students Rebuild Literacy Challenge inspired students around the world to make bookmarks to benefit Save the Children's Literacy Boost program. We’ll host a final Literacy Challenge webcast from... Read more