School Based BWB (Buddies Without Borders) Clubs
Think Globally, Act Locally. International mindedness is best learned through cross-cultural friendship and global citizenship. We care more when we are part of it.
Schools serving students aged 12 - 18 are invited to establish BWB (Buddies Without Borders) clubs to benefit all students who are interested in socializing with other like-minded students around the world to discuss issues that impact all of us. These school-based think tanks are led by student leaders under the guidance of Global Education Destinations and the supervision of the school officials. Club presidents are given the opportunity to learn important leadership skills by organizing local activities. Club members are encouraged to share ideas and perspectives in a safe and judgement-free online social group across the world.
The year-long BWB club is $300.00 usd for the school year, regardless how many students are in the club. Club members enjoy free workshops and discounts to Forum competitions. Click on the link below for all benefits and how it works.
Currently there are the BWB Clubs in 10 high schools from 9 countries in 5 continents. We welcome all successful Forum participants to apply to establish their BWB clubs.
Singapore International School in India
Student President: Timsa Baijpai
Shonan Shirayuri Gakuen Senior High School in Japan
Student President: Miyu Aoki
Coree High School in Brazil
Student President: Suad Saneh
St. Andrew's School in Bolivia
Student President: Alejandra Gonzalez
Strawberry Fields High School in India
Student President: Manan Gadhia
Whittle School & Studios in the USA
Student President: Calla O'Neil
Taipei Tsai Hsing High School in Taiwan
Student President: Annabelle Wei
Kabojja International School in Uganda
Student President: Samuel Lyomoki Junior
Villiers School in Ireland
Student President: Rowan Beddows
British International School in Egypt
Student President: Hanya Abdel-Hamid