Building Capacity for Service Without Borders

“Preparing contemporary learners to become globally competent is a `right now’ skill. Becoming world-ready is not an enrichment experience, but a necessity.”
Heidi Hayes Jacobs PhD, Columbia University

Entire seventh grade team from North Hampton School, NH, visiting the United Nations in New York City.

Entire seventh grade team from North Hampton School, NH, visiting the United Nations in New York City.

The briefing preparation could not have been more timely. On May 23, 2016, two days prior to departure for New York City, the entire seventh-grade team at North Hampton School in New Hampshire, (60 students, 4 teachers) were presented with an introduction to a workshop, sponsored by Artists Building Capacity as World Citizens, highlighting the United Nations Global Goals for Sustainable Development.

To heighten awareness, to understand the commitment, and to personally work for the betterment of the world are lofty ideals; but service begins with awareness. An unprecedented 193 countries are committed to the goals and this next generation of decision-makers are at the forefront of meaningful change.

“An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concern of all humanity.” Martin Luther King, Jr.

If you know of a school interested in developing a greater awareness of the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development, contact Artists Building Capacity as World Citizens for a free consult at info@abcworldcitizens.org.

For more information on the United Nations Global Goals click here.

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