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…where high school students meet global change makers

in nongovernmental humanitarian relief organizations (NGOs)


         highschoo lNGO connect.org serves twin social needs

           Academic enrichment in high schools spurs ideas that global nongovernmental relief organizations (NGOs) can implement

Mission:  Enable all high school students to become global citizens attuned to humanitarian challenges. 

  Means: Transport classrooms via Skype to global humanitarian hot spots where dynamic NGOs inspire engagement, spur self-confidence and impart skills that that advance education and careers. Impact: When purposeful high school students focus their energy on goals, few rest before they see results. Students become advocates and advocacy hones leadership. Empowered leaders transform local and global communities


Robust Returns on Philanthropic Investment:


    For Students
    • Express a voice in world political affairs where
       change 
happens daily
    • Gain introductions to 'doers' in the NGO sphere
    • Probe culture arising from duress
    • Evaluate the merits of individual NGOs
    • Embark on a virtual world tour
    • Harness social media for worthy causes

For Teachers
• Reinforce teaching relationship with motivated
   students

• Open students' intellectual and career doors
• Promote professional development
• Nurture global citizens
• Teach history as it unfolds
• Deploy digital classroom technology

    For NGOs
    • Connect with a youthful audience 
    • Expand visibility on social media 
    • Develop a base of future support
    • Enrich a unique theory of change

For Funders
• Advance missions geared to high school academic
  enrichment
in low-income communities
• Satisfy missions that advance global philanthropic
  investment
• Nurture new cadres of global citizens
• Ideal venue for global minded donors who want to
  see their 
money work in the U.S.


“Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?'” 

Martin Luther King, Jr.