“Love is love.”
“We are all different and that’s beautiful.”
“The moment you accept yourself, you become beautiful.”  ~Osho
“Be a friend to the whole human race.”  ~Abdul-Baha
“My humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together.” ~Desmond Tutu
“I was not meant for one corner. The whole world is my native land.”
“Each of us is a unique strand in the intricate web of life here to make a contribution.”
~Deepak Chopra


1. To help students examine similarities and differences among cultural groups and gain a greater cultural consciousness, understanding, and sensitivity through in-depth cultural studies and culturally immersive experiences
2. To support and empower disadvantaged youth
3. To increase global literacy, cultural awareness & 21st century skills
(global competence, collaboration, critical thinking & problem solving).
4. To provide students with international and multicultural educational opportunities
5. To provide a broad range of knowledge and experiences to better prepare students
for college and careers in a 21st century global economy
6. To stimulate students’ intellectual ambition and curiosity
7. To expand global awareness and develop students’ multicultural & global perspective
8. To help students gain a greater cultural consciousness, understanding, and sensitivity
9. To give students a competitive edge in their pursuit of higher education
and other post-secondary endeavors
10. To enable learning by doing and provide real life, hands-on, collaborative, student-centered and project-based learning experiences.
11. To broaden career prospects and break down social, economic, and cultural barriers
12. To increase confidence and independence
13. To show how the world’s economies are interconnected and prepare
students to meet 21st century challenges
14. To create a broader view of the world and its opportunities
15. To encourage students to think broadly, beyond the
boundaries of their communities
16. To help students discover meaningful ways to contribute to a global society
17. To help students realize their own intimate connection to the world
18. To enable exposure to social, economic and environmental challenges
locally, nationally and internationally
19. To enable students to make global connections and new discoveries
20. To increase tolerance and help students embrace diversity and celebrate differences
21. To develop the whole child, academically, socially and personally
22. To instill hope and inspire students to reach their full potential
23. To accelerate learning and academic success
24. To show students the world!


The International Cultural Club Program is a year-round program that provides in depth cultural studies and culturally immersive experiences abroad including an exploration of the values, customs, beliefs, religions, attitudes and languages of different cultures as well as local, national and international outward bound educational opportunities that expand cultural awareness and sensitivity.


Students will experience a culturally immersive Educational Tour Abroad in a different location each year:
2019 Educational Tour Abroad
Costa Rica: A Touch of the Tropics (Tour # 1973517YU)
via our global education partner, EF Educational Tours – www.eftours.com 
Departure and return date: July 17, 2019 – July 26, 2019
Tour website:
View Detailed Itinerary: http://www.eftours.com/eLiterature/DBD/M/COS.pdf
Pinterest pictures: https://www.pinterest.com/globalgoing
Costa Rica: http://www.studentsgoingglobal.org/educational-tours/costa-rica/
Cost to travel abroad with SGG to Costa Rica for students who do not meet low-income requirements: $2,745 (Payment Plan Available) / (No Student Limit) / Mandatory Cultural Club Program supplemental fee for students who do not meet low-income requirements: $850 Due Upon Acceptance (No Student Limit)
Recommendations: We recommend this tour for students who are science lovers and who have an interest in learning the Spanish language, Costa Rican Culture & Educational System; Ecosystems; Environmental Sustainability; Environmental Science; Conservation; Preservation of Natural Resources; Biodiversity; Ecotourism; Alternative Energy; Microorganisms & Global Warming.


The program is student centered and global education centered with a focus on hands-on, real life experiences as well as global literacy, 21st century skills (global competence, collaboration, critical thinking & problem solving), outward bound educational opportunities, volunteerism and community service. The program is designed to build self-esteem, broaden perspectives and develop globally-minded, community conscious and solution-oriented leaders, thinkers and doers who become major contributors to their communities and to a global society. www.studentsgoingglobal.org/about-us


The program utilizes local, national and international outward bound educational opportunities, community outreach projects, foreign language tutorials, cultural study programs, internships, virtual tours, group projects, pen pals & videoconferencing abroad, media, technology, mentors, motivational speakers, success coaches, videos, books, movies, documentaries and global education resources, including purchasing a passport, travel abroad tips, safety tips, packing tips and responsible traveling tips to prepare students for a 21st century global economy and an educational, safe and worry free trip abroad. The program requires the following:

1) Participation in a Student/Parent Orientation prior to program enrollment
2) The creation and presentation of Group PowerPoint Presentations based on the students’ experiences abroad within 3 weeks of their return date
3) The creation & presentation of Individual WeShare Videos/www.eftours.com/weshare based on the students’ experiences abroad within 3 weeks of their return date.


Please contact our International Cultural Club Program Director for additional information or questions: culturalclub@studentsgoingglobal.org
Student Requirements / Apply
Cultural Awareness Resources


“I always wonder why birds stay in the same place when they can fly anywhere on the earth. Then I ask myself the same question.”  ~Harun Yahya

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