Students Going Global
Creating Global Citizens for a Global Economy

“The single greatest gift you can give your children today is to raise them with a global mindset.”

Perry Yeatman, co-author of Get Ahead by Going Abroad


We are a global education program, making global literacy and life changing Educational Tours Abroad possible for disadvantaged youth in underserved cities nationwide. Exposure and experience is important to reach one’s full potential. “It’s difficult to imagine all that you can be when you have a very limited view.”


Students Going Global is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable, nonprofit organization and a global initiative to increase global education and awareness. Currently serving Detroit  

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The opportunity to travel abroad with Students Going Global and to participate in any one of its six global education centered youth development programs is available to all stellar high school students, grades 9-12, who reside in Detroit. Low-income students will receive a scholarship to cover the year-round program as well as the educational tour abroad.


Our ultimate goal at Students Going Global is to create globally minded, community conscious and solution oriented leaders, thinkers and doers who become major contributors to their communities and to a global society, utilizing Educational Tours Abroad, Global Education Centered Youth Development Programs and Community Outreach Projects to support and empower disadvantaged youth.


Educational Tours Abroad

A Global Perspective New Discoveries Enhanced Cultural Sensitivity Broader Knowledge Increased Independence Enhanced Cultural Awareness New Found Confidence Higher Grades Stronger College Applications Stronger Scholarship Applications Enhanced Career Prospects Friendships That Last a Lifetime

EF Educational Tours: Benefits of Educational Tours Abroad

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