“Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world”
~Nelson Mandela

 

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You are making a difference! Investing in the global literacy of our youth in a global economy is paramount in the 21st century. Your support will make a major impact on a child’s life and potential for success. Your involvement is critical to our success. Without you our work would not be possible.

Meet our Team  and check out our PowerPoint Presentation to learn more about our work to support and empower disadvantaged youth through global education and awareness.

Students Going Global is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable Non-Profit Organization. As such, all monetary, physical item and service donations to Students Going Global are tax-deductible:
Federal Tax ID Number: 32-0366775.

Please Contact Us if you have any questions. You may make a gift online by clicking DONATE in the upper right hand corner or mail your contribution to our business address:
Students Going Global / P.O. Box 383 / Southfield, MI  48037

Thank you again for making global literacy and Educational Tours Abroad possible for disadvantaged youth in underserved cities nationwide! (Students Going Global Currently Serves the Detroit Area) / Donor Perks

“Small acts, when multiplied by all of us, can transform the lives of kids across the world.”

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Video: American Council on Education – “US Global Competence: A 21st Century Imperative”
Video: EF Educational Tours: The Global Classroom
Video: EF Educational Tours: Tour Experiences Abroad
Article: Becoming Citizens of the World
Article: National Education Association. (2010). Global competence is a 21st century imperative: A NEA policy brief. Washington, DC: NEA
Article: Giving is Good for You
Website Post: What Are People Saying About Students Going Global

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