Academic WorldQuest

A valuable, worthwhile endeavor for students.

Re: Academic WorldQuest on February 15, 2020, University of Indianapolis, Schwitzer Center. AWQ 2020 Register NOW! by January 15, 2020 for this FREE, half-day event with lunch included.

It just takes one – – one high school teacher who takes the lead in identifying four students who have the potential for international peace making.

Those students – – – who have the potential as future business leaders, community organizers, elected officials, government leaders, diplomats, or teachers – – – are ideal participants for the FREE Academic WorldQuest competition on February 15, 2020.

And, it just might be that one, if not all, of these students, somewhere in the future, will find themselves in the position to make a difference for equity, justice, and inclusion.

The Academic WorldQuest program helps equip students to work as informed leaders.

When you pass this information along to your students, you will be opening a pathway for learning about and gaining skills in thinking about complex matters of world affairs.

To prepare, the AWQ Study Guide is available on line and you can AWQ 2020 Register NOW! for the competition on February 15, 2020, at the University of Indianapolis.

For more information: www.IndianaWorld.org/programs.

For a national perspective: AWQ 2020 – WACA Teacher’s Guide

To promote your participation, please email or call:

info@IndianaWorld.org / 317-704-4689.

Janet

Janet I. Harris, Board Member

Indiana Council on World Affairs, Inc.

Community Engagement /

Academic WorldQuest Coordinator

More: www.IndianaWorld.org

Robert Brady

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