Bringing Global Connections and Exchange to Life


Prosperous and secure countries require high-quality young professionals who can work in the global arena. One crucial strategy for preparing these skilled young professionals for the 21st century workforce is increasing their access to new technologies, social media, and trustworthy networks of global peers with whom they can engage in meaningful dialogue. To meet these needs, schools worldwide need effective programs with culturally appropriate curricula to help educators and their students in diverse communities to understand how to use new technologies to explore global issues, engage with their peers across the world, and to take local action to support their communities build civil society institutions. Read more >