Educating the Next Generations of Changemakers
Since 2002, World Savvy has reached nearly 730,000 youth and over 5,000 educators in 27 states and 12 countries. The most profound impact of World Savvy’s programs is evidenced by educator and student engagement – our programs make teaching and learning real, experiential, and relevant for a changing world. As a result, students acquire the kind of knowledge, skills, and dispositions that not only prepare them for college, career, and life in a global society, but help them identify as global citizens who are motivated to contribute as engaged citizens for our world.
Our work empowers educators to make school inclusive, relevant, and engaging for all students, inspiring them to learn, work, and thrive as responsible global citizens.
World Savvy students graduate:
- Equipped to collaborate and cooperate as active citizens in more diverse, local communities.
- Prepared as problem solvers, poised to address future local and global challenges that are increasingly interconnected and interdependent.
- With the knowledge and skills necessary for future jobs in a global economy.
“World Savvy opened my eyes to the problems occurring in our world. It also made me see people differently. No matter how different I could be from someone else, we are still humans and suffer from the same problems.” – World Savvy Student
By the Numbers
Each day, we’re educating and engaging students to be empathetic when faced with difference, resilient when faced with challenges, and adaptable when faced with change. As a result, students are not only prepared for future success in a global society, but also inspired to contribute to peace, justice, and sustainability for our world.
of students are more knowledgeable of the complexities and interdependence of world events and issues.
of students have a better understanding of sustainability and other global issues.
of students grew in teamwork and collaboration skills.
of students are more open to new ideas and ways of thinking.
of educators agreed that World Savvy helped them seek out multiple perspectives, develop a lesson linking global competence to the standards, and reflect on their own global competence.
of educators increased their knowledge of how to implement a project-based unit.
of educators increased knowledge of global competencies.
of educators increased their ability to employ design thinking.