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GCI recognizes Global Citizens as multilingual and culturally sensitive individuals who possess a moral compass oriented around family and community.

Global Citizens

Youth Summit 2015

Applications Open December 15, 2014

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Nurturing the next generation of global citizens.

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The Global Citizens Initiative (GCI)’s mission is to increase understanding and communication around the world by nurturing our next generation of “Global Citizens” who can speak multiple languages, understand various cultures, and possess strong moral character and wise judgment. The world will be a better place with more globally minded citizens.

 

Resources

 

Tools for developing solid character, multilingualism, and multi-culturalism

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Why GCI?

 

The need for a structured, holistic approach to global education, long-term vision, and the founder’s story.

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Research

 

Research includes: “The Good Project, © (a research unit of Harvard Project Zero)” , the development of a global education program, and GCI’s investigation into multilingualism and multiculturalism.

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Store to help fund summit of young minds

From the Greenwich Times: http://www.greenwichtime.com/local/article/Store-to-help-fund-summit-of-young-minds-5652747.php Salmon pants and polo shirts are generally more likely to evoke Nantucket than the United Nations, but Tuesday, the Vineyard Vines store in Greenwich will team up with a local nonprofit to change that perception, … Continue reading

Current Events

The Current Event assignment enables the students to explain events close to their homes from a first person perspective, which allows others to learn about the personal impact that some of theses happenings have on their peers. By opening this … Continue reading

Student Introductions

The students have completed their first online assignment: Student Introductions! They have shared their background information, languages spoken, and hobbies enjoyed. Students have connected over everything from love of languages and Model UN participation to pet-owner relationships and favorite colors. This diverse group has expressed personal preferences and … Continue reading

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