The Young Ambassador program is taking LoveItaly’s mission to Rome’s high schools. Working with the international high schools of Rome, the Program aims to make LoveItaly’s cultural heritage projects accessible and relevant to the students of today, the generations of the future. To kickstart the program, Sixth Form students of Art History, Classics and History from St George’s British International School and St. Stephen’s High School will visit the La Sapienza excavations on the Palatine over the coming weeks. The students will share their experiences back at school and organize awareness and fund raising activities to support LoveItaly and the excavation. These students have joined the crowd-funding this dig. Follow them on LoveItaly’s Facebook page. Join them and give the past a future.
If your school would like to join the Program, contact us at email@example.com.
This is just the beginning!
First the site checks:
Photo 1: Dr. Rebecca Raynor (Art History) and Dr Helen Pope (Classics) from St. Stephen’s High school with La Sapienza archeology graduate students Viviana Cardarelli and Alessandra Pegurri. Photo 2: Prof. Clementina Panella explains the site to LoveItaly staff. Photo 3: Archeology graduate student Paolo discusses his area to Helen Wilford (Art History) from St. George’s British International School. Photo 4: Prof. Clementina Panella and Viviana Cardarelli.