2014 Academic WorldQuest Success

When we get feedback from our AWQ participants, it brings our months of hard work and preparation into perspective. Here are some quotes from a recent thank you card from Park High School:
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Thank You, World Affairs Council! I learned so much at the last competition. The foreign student Q&A helped me to be exposed to the outside world!
~Karl M.

Thank you for hosting this event! I learned a lot and the guest speakers were fascinating. It exposed me to new information about the world and its problems that I was not aware of. Thanks again!
~ Maggie B.

Thank you for expanding my knowledge of the world!
~Andy V.

This year’s WorldQuest competition was very inspirational and lots of fun! The speakers were riveting and the competition was fierce. This was a great experience, and I’m grateful for the knowledge I gained.
~Elana B.

We love to hear how our programs impact Montana students, so keep the feedback coming!

Thank you to again to all of the students who participated in the 2014 Global Connections International Education day featuring the 10th Annual Academic WorldQuest Competition

A Community Discussion on Human Trafficking with James Pond and Pralhad Dhakal

April 16th | 7:30 – 9:00pmWACACarlsonLogoborderRESIZE

A Community Discussion on Human Trafficking
with James Pond and Pralhad Dhakal

CEO/Founder, Transitions Global; Nepal Country Director, The ISIS Foundation

“What about the Victims? Transition & Restoration”

Wednesday, April 16 – 7:30pm–9:00pm. Location: UC Ballroom, UM Campus

As part of the Mansfield Center Conference: Fight For Hope & Freedom, the Montana World Affairs Council is co-sponsoring a community discussion on Wednesday, April 16 at 7:30pm, in the University Center Ballroom, UM Campus, with James Pond and Pralhad Dhakal to talk about the significant work being done in Montana and across the U.S. to help victims and to fight human trafficking. NGO leaders will discuss both challenges to helping victims and ways that Montanans can help. This event is free and open to the public.

The Montana World Affairs Council will also be hosting a Council in the Classroom program on human trafficking with Sarah Symons, Founder/Author/Executive Director, Made by Survivors. Using video-conferencing technology, and with support from the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation, Ms. Symons will discuss what Montanans need to know about human trafficking and what they can do to combat it with classrooms around the state. On Wednesday April 16, Ethan Batstone, Director of Engagement of Not for Sale, will visit Big Sky High School.

These programs are sponsored by the Carlson Family Foundation and the World Affairs Councils of America.