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The chapter has events that promote the Sustainable Development Goals and that allow us to partner with local organizations to help educate the community and advocate for those in need. If you are a representative of a local organization and want to partner with us for an event, please contact us. Also, stay up-to-date with chapter events by visiting our Facebook page.
The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) of the U.S. Department of State sponsors the Fulbright Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program (Fulbright TEA), a six-week long professional development program for international secondary school teachers. UNCW will host 20 international secondary school teachers from all around the world from January 29th until March 12th, 2019. One of the most important components of this program is exposure to American culture and society through cultural and civic activities.
We would like to invite you to consider participating in this amazing program by hosting a visiting teacher. The Fulbright participants are all staying in a hotel, but the program requires that they have a local host family - someone they can meet with once each week (for a total of 6 weeks). Families and fellows can meet once a week to share a meal, visit historic sites in Wilmington, etc. A pre-arrival orientation for host families is required. Also, we will organize a potluck for faculty, staff, guests and families. If you are interested and would like to receive more information, please complete this short form.
Please see below for information on our local event celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on Thursday, December 13 at 6pm in UNCW's Bear Hall (room 106). This event is free and open to all.
Please join us for our annual Welcome Event for new international students at Hugh MacRae Park in Wilmington this Fall. The event will run 5 - 7pm at Shelter #6, and is a potluck. We will welcome the new students to the US and Wilmington, enjoy good food, and have lots of fun! We still need some volunteers to help drive the international students from UNCW to the park, as well as volunteers to bring a dish to share. Please sign up if you will be able to attend and/or help out.
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Grandmothers for Peace International goal is a better, safer world for this and future generations. There is no age, gender, or biology requirement! All are welcome. Please see our Facebook page for more events and how to get involved.