Bring The World To Your Classroom!

Educate globally-minded students today for globally-minded graduates and employees tomorrow. The world is more interconnected than ever. Acquiring the competence, skills, and mindset to thrive in our 21st century global environment is no longer an option to succeed. Students transform from spectators into active and engaged global citizens in their communities and beyond.

Going Global – It’s easy!

Start now by tapping into the multitude of international cultures right here in our vibrant region – from people, government, and economy to food, music, social organizations, and more!

Global Ties to Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky

All programs are aligned with Ed Step’s Global Competency Matrix and meet the national Common Core State Standards Initiatives.

Ed Step’s Global Competency Matrix

Contact Ciarra Wooten, Education and Development Coordinator, to bring the world to your classroom.

Custom Education Programs

In partnership with school districts, global community partners, and collaborating businesses, the World Affairs Council leads global education efforts through innovative, interactive, and experiential programming. We have designed academic enrichment and leadership opportunities for students to focus on cross-cultural experiences, global careers, and knowledge strengthening activities. Join the Global Ed Network of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky to customize global education offerings at your school.

Request A Global Speaker

Local professionals with a global expertise or country specific interest are available upon request to share research, culture, and expertise including global economy, finance, international commercial arbitration, trade, climate change, and more.

The World Affairs Council programs have been a platform for our students to be able to connect what they are learning in school to the world around them. Every event that we attend makes a sincere impact on our students and allows them to view the world in a different lens. Through the WAC programs, such as the Academic World Quest Team and International Summit on Education, our school has continued to challenge the way that our kids learn and how we can connect our content to the world around us.”
- Joshua Amstutz, Winton Woods High School Teacher