Global Exchange Programs Can Be Key Learning Tool for Businesses

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By Rachel Abbey McCafferty

The 2017 Thomas and Joann Adler Israel Mission participants enjoy a brief rest on the rooftops of the Old City of Jerusalem overlooking the Temple Mount and the al-Aqsa Mosque.

Traveling to Israel with the Jewish Federation of Cleveland helped Nicole McGee see her work in a new light.

McGee is the co-founder of Upcycle Parts Shop, which she described as a "creative reuse" shop incubated under the St. Clair Superior Development Corp. The shop encourages people to give new life to products like scrap leather or leftover yarn that would normally be discarded.

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