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  • One-On-One Friendship Brings the Better Out of You
    One-on-One Friendship is a cross-cultural network that allows you to create friendships with people of different cultures. You can then share your experiences with them in a fast and easy way. One-on-...
  • Cross-Cultural Network Brings Friends Closer To You
    You have a lot of friends in your area, but you want to meet new friends from other parts of the world. Like me and many other people, you may have a problem with your linguistic ability to communicat...
  • Share Your Passion and Get Involved
    Education is the best investment in our life and the best way to transform us. Formal education is, however, expensive. Not all of us have equal access to good education. One-on-One Friendship invites...
  • Stimulate the Leader in You and make impact
    Being a leader is a choice, but how often do we choose to be a leader? One-on-One Friendship affords you the opportunity to lead and make impact. What can you do differently to make an impact around y...
  • Make a Big Impact and Broadcast Your Success
    A word of wisdom has it that the best person is the one who benefits humanity most. One-on-One Friendship affords you the opportunity to be useful for humanity. Our chat program offers you the tool fo...
  • Share your stories?
    We want to know your story. Do you remember when you were a child and asked your parents: “tell me a story”? Back then; you might not know that when you asked others to tell a story, you were posi...


One-on-One Friendship is a cross-cultural, internet-based social network intended to advance cross-cultural network and engaged leadership through shared knowledge and collaboration for social justice. Through 1on1friendship.com, mentoring is also available for middle school, high school, and university students with an aim towards advancing academic skills. At the moment, our mentoring program is on English conversation and cross-cultural topics. 

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Meet Our Volunteers

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Alessandra Haversat

Alessandra Haversat, nicknamed Allie, is a Freshmen at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. She is originally from Connecticut, however now resides in New Jersey. She is a graduate of Gill St. Bernard's Preparatory school. Alessandra enjoys the classes she is taking and in her free time hangs out with friends and likes to run long distance.

Arsalan Haider

“Hi I’m Arsalan! I’ll be a junior at Hobart College this fall semester and plan to graduate with a B.S. in Computer Science. I also am minoring in Economics and Religious Studies. I’ve been fortunate enough to have received a great education which allows me to participate in cross-cultural conversation and help others in unique opportunities like this. I look forward meeting you all !”

Colleen Moore

“I am a double major in International Relations and Political Science with a minor in Music. I will graduate this May, with plans to work in peace and human rights in Washington, D.C. I volunteer because I believe that cross-cultural conversation about social justice is a critical path to peace.”

John Emery

Lily Kane


John Emery

"Salaam alaykum, my name is John and I live and work in Chaska, Minnesota, USA. When I'm not working, I enjoy keeping honey bees and riding bicycles.

I converted to Islam several years ago. I was lucky enough to learn Arabic in college, and I read the Qur'an as soon as I was able. In large part because of the wonderful Muslims I became friends with, I knew I should be a Muslim!"

Lily Kane

“I am a junior at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. I am a double majoring in Psychology and Education. I plan on attending graduate school after college. I enjoy conversing with people and learning about different cultures. I hope to provide mentorship and gain knowledge to promote social justice and activism.”

Stephen West

“I am a Religious Studies and Music double major at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. I expect to graduate in 2019. I went to Reading Memorial High School in Reading Massachusetts. At HWS, I sins in the Colleges’ Chorale and the acappella group Perfect Third. After college, I plan on going to grad school.”

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