We educate, empower and mobilize our generation to take informed action around our individual and collective roles as global citizens.
We debate our roles as individuals and as a country in addressing today’s greatest global challenges, including poverty, extremism and climate change.
Our approach has three pillars:
- EDUCATE: We help students understand key global challenges, as well as the global system that frames them. Our members are always building and expanding on this conversation, through insightful blog posts and compelling journal articles. Key activities include: our blog, social media, and Google+ Hangouts on timely issues.
- EMPOWER: We build student leaders and organizers who understand not only the issues, but also their own power, how to organize others, and how to access decision-makers. Key activities include: Global Scholar summer program for high school students, Global Leader program for college students, and ongoing Google+ Hangouts on key leadership and advocacy skills.
- MOBILIZE: We create and connect students to opportunities to take action, from the campus to the national level. Key activities include: Hope not Hate Campaign, 1000 Visions Campaign, COBB Campaign, and sharing information about key partner organization events and campaigns.