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  • We're Hiring! Apply Now for Program Coordinator Position We're looking for a Program Coordinator to be an integral part of our collaborative team. Gain invaluable experience working with top-notch K-12 teachers, and learn how a nonprofit organization inspires and engages its community.
  • Primary Source Welcomes James Fallows We were thrilled to welcome James Fallows, national correspondent for "The Atlantic" and thought leader on national and international affairs, to our fall program where he presented on "Soft Power & Success: An Update on China from America's Heartland".
  • Ten Things We Didn't Know About Librarian Karen Storz New to the organization as of this fall, Librarian Karen Storz sat down with us and gave us a peek into some of her hobbies and interests. We think her true confession might surprise you!
  • Measuring the Impact of a Global Education "The world is not black and white, or right and wrong. As citizens, we all need to be equipped with the skills and knowledge to understand complex issues...and recognize the similarities that cut across race, culture, and religion."

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Upcoming Events

6th Annual Global Read

Join us for an online book discussion of Looking for Transwonderland: Travels in Nigeria with author Noo Saro-Wiwa and Nigeria scholar Darren Kew.


2015 Dinner Series

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We are delighted to present our 2015 Global Perspectives Dinner Series, a sequence of small fundraising events focusing on a country or world region. Enjoy three unique and engaging meals throughout the year featuring a region's best fare while learning about a global topic. Gain new knowledge, mingle with other globally-minded guests, and support our essential work of educating K-12 teachers and students for life and work in today's interconnected world.

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