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ne World Youth club members from around the world were asked what it means to them to be a member of a One World Club.
One World Executive Director Joe Carvin visited One World Youth Clubs in Mexico City and Acapulco. In Acapulco, Joe visited both our existing youth clubs and presented to educational leaders on the challenges of technology and helping prepare students to be future ready. In Mexico City the highlight of the trip was the graduation ceremony put on by the 3 schools from Cuidad Nessa where 180 students participated in a year end graduation ceremony capped with folkloric dancing, the distribution of diplomas and a rendition of the song Imagine in both English and Spanish.
Fios1news reported on the global connections that One Worlders are making through Skype. These global connections between clubs around the world are an exciting and important component of the One World Program.
One World was honored to be awarded the “Promising Practices” Award in Character Education from Character.org.
Working with the charity Nothing but Nets the Port Chester High School Club One World club launched a community wide
One World has been honored to receive a Rotary “Peace through Service” award for our work with global awareness and character education.
The New York State Center for Character Education at the Russell Sage Colleges recognized the value of the One World