Two PAGS alumni were featured guests on The Colbert Report.
The program provides internships and study abroad programs where students can apply what they have learned to particular sites under the guidance of experienced organizers and activists.
Half of Earlham's record-setting six Fulbrights and Watson Fellowships in the 2013-14 academic year were PAGS majors.
PAGS graduates work around the globe. They are affiliated with non-governmental organizations, human rights groups, political campaigns, environmental organizations, alternative media, religious organizations and international agencies.
In the United States, they are employed as mediators, rights advocates, journalists, lobbyists, community organizers, doctors, lawyers, ministers, teachers and university professors.