About the Program
The Global Citizenship Challenge is a one-week intensive experience in team-building and problem-solving for motivated students ready to take on real-world problems. During the program, students will be immersed in an interactive learning experience to explore, develop, and build global citizenship. By bringing together talented high school students from all around the world, the GCP will expose you to new ways of thinking and understanding. What’s special about our program is that you don’t stop there: together with a team of students, you will create a potential solution to the Global Challenge, your final project, using that thinking and understanding to make a difference in the world.
- In teams, students will investigate the issue
- The culminating project will consist of a Town Hall meeting in which citizens debate on the city’s budgets
- Each team will be assigned a different role
- A proposal is submitted to the meeting chair
Critically challenging, definitions and assumptions
Researching and synthesizing information
Managing information sources critically and responsibly
A Social innovation project pitch deck
Customized Digital certificates
University Ready Skills
About Our Partner
The principal mission of the International Programs at the University of Toronto, New College is to provide effective and high-quality enrichment, transition and preparatory programs for international students. It is home to many unique opportunities and programs whose aims are to respond to the complex issues international students face in university transition, language learning and cultural immersion. Ranging from short term summer programs to full year conditional admission programs, the International Programs draws on established strengths from within the University of Toronto and outside industry professionals.