Programs

Our organization gives a global edge to our African-American youth through international scholarship; exposure to global culture, history and cuisine; and after-school and summertime virtual and in-person learning opportunities.

8 Week Virtual Learning Journey

Fulfill your wanderlust and experience international destinations, history, and culture during our 8-week virtual Learning Journey program.

Learning Journeys take students on virtual educational tours to countries abroad where they learn about the history and culture of the destination from our international team of professionals. Students will hear from educators, entrepreneurs, athletes, artists, and other business professionals who meet the standards of our 5-pillar curriculum.

Topics will include but are not limited to diplomacy, advocacy, and social justice, climate change, cultural practices, international educational and career options, sports, and the arts.

Eight-Week Sessions

Fall Session:

September 18 – November 6, 2021 

Saturdays 12:00-1:30

Scholarships are available!

International Scholars

Our international scholars are boys and girls ages 12-18 who travel abroad with our organization. These international experiences help expand their horizons through our 5-pillar curriculum: Education, Entrepreneurship, Careers, Sports, and Cultural Immersion. When students return, they bring a global edge into their extracurricular activities, education, career interests, and interpersonal relationships. 

Additional Opportunities

Youth Ambassador Program: year-round experiential learning that equips and empowers teens to become active global citizens. The program prepares them for Study Abroad and International Academic Exchange as a Path to Service, Policy, and Practice in higher learning, also exposing them to professional careers and life skills.

We meet once a month to explore topics in global affairs and diplomacy. Participation in Youth Ambassadors strengthens college applications as it illustrates curiosity, an appreciation of diversity, and a commitment to cross-cultural communication. Students are also prepared to be part of the U.S. Department of State’s prestigious global network of exchange participants.

Black Girl Diplomacy: a mentorship program for women and girls that amplifies international diplomacy.

YPT African Birthright Experience: an immersive opportunity for learning travel to Africa, including scholarly preparation and in-person historical and cultural experiences.

Gulf Coast Diplomacy: a year-long “Youth Diplomat” learning experience to explore global affairs and diplomacy, engage in service projects, and earn college scholarships.

Summer Programs

Young Ambassador Program

At this virtual camp, you will meet teens from other countries and will explore topics of global importance together. You will talk with environmental experts, explore leadership styles, and improve your language and cross-cultural life skills. You will also earn digital credentials aligned with the Open Badges Standard in global collaboration, which is great for student resumes. This summer, our International Scholars participated in a 5-week virtual internship where they discussed topics like the Northern Triangle, climate change, Black Lives Matter, diplomacy and ambassadorship, natural disasters and preparedness, and human rights with teens their age from Kosovo, Mexico, El Salvador, and around the U.S. They also worked on special teams focusing on Social Media & Marketing, Research, Fundraising & Sponsorship, and Operations of our organization.

 

Camp Global

Various in-person and virtual locations

 

Dates TBD

Scholarships are available!

 

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