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Educators and advocates in the Pittsburgh region are working to improve how students learn about the world. In the K-12 system, schools are expanding and updating the global studies curriculum. Outside of schools, experiential learning programs are engaging young people in global issues affecting their community.
Educator, traveler, musician
Social entrepreneur, service learning advocate, world traveler
Global learning guru and world traveler
Join UCIS for a one-day workshop on internationalizing higher education curriculum
Make a difference in the lives of a Bolivian community
Discuss and debate international issues, politics, topics, and events
Preparing students to become global citizens
Debate today's most relevant issues of international diplomacy
A unique U.S.-based service learning opportunity
Engage under-served teenagers in international and reflective global experiences
Working to inspire empathy, catalyze social action, and link diverse communities through Fair Trade Learning.
Creating a thriving community for writers, readers, and neighbors
Classrooms Without Borders (CWB) is a premier provider of experiential professional development for teachers through study seminars that take place outside of the classroom.
Free language education for the world
Changing young minds, changing the world
Study abroad, foreign student support, intercultural exchange resources
Educating students in historical, political, and cultural forces shaping the world
Connecting bridge between Pittsburgh's global community and the world
Connecting people, changing the world
PACIE is the leading authority and advocate for global education in Pennsylvania
Exploring critical world issues
Connecting Pitt to the world and the world to Pitt