The Global Citizenship Club meets every Day 3, durning 3rd lunch, in Ms. Hope's room (229). GCC conducts a range of activities, drives and fundraisers, and information campaigns, with guest speakers from around the world. We offer opportunities for local, regional, national, and international service-learning and travel. In keeping with UNESCO's definition of global citizenship education, our mission is to foster at Tahanto: the acquisition of knowledge, understanding, and critical thinking about global, regional, national and local issues and the interconnectedness and interdependency of different countries and populations; a sense of belonging to common humanity, sharing values and responsibilities, empathy, solidarity, and respect for differences and diversity; the will to act effectively and responsibly as civic-minded individuals at local, national, and global levels for a more peaceful and sustainable world.
For questions or concerns, please contact Kristin Hope at firstname.lastname@example.org