Wisconsin's Global Youth Summits: Where First Globals Meet
The term First Global was first coined by the pollster John Zogby in his book The Way We'll Be: The Zogby Report on the Transformation of the American Dream. (2008). According to Zogby's polling results, young people care about others, are curious about the world and frame their world view through the borderless connections of the internet. They also have passports -- and use them.
Wisconsin's First Globals are all around us and are eager to learn more about the world. They seek opportunities ranging from travel to employment and civic engagement in their schools and colleges. Educational institutions increasingly respond to that need by offering study-abroad programs, opportunities for global engagement and world language learning.
Wisconsin's Global Youth Summits serve a dual purpose: They bring together high school and college students for a day of learning and exchanging ideas on global engagement, and they offer a day-long seminar for educators in Wisconsin's Global Schools Network. Most of these educators are local coordinators for the Wisconsin Global Education Achievement Certificate.
Fifth Statewide Wisconsin Youth Summit 2017
March 04, 2017
170 students from over 30 schools and 70 educators gathered for a full day of learning experiences.
- Student Schedule
- Teacher Schedule
- Press Release
- Registration Information
- Read a nice description of the student event and view photos that capture the energy of the day.
- Global Competency Certificate (World Savvy)
- Madison College Internationalization (PPT)
- Cultural Literacy Reflection Questions
- Youth Summit PPT
- Cultural Literacy Handout
- Global Education and the Community
- Language Teaching in Wisconsin 1941-1941
- Global Navigator Program Numbers
- Global Navigator Program Website
- Promoting Global Education Achievement Certification
- GEAC and the Arts
- Sidney High School Science and Business
- Student Inquiry and Global Scholarship
- Creating a Global Studies Class
- GEAC Implementation Pewaukee