Academic WorldQuest is a national competition in which high school students test their knowledge about international affairs, U.S. foreign policy, and current events. Academic WorldQuest teams compete over 10 rounds of trivia questions. The winning team will be invited to participate in the National Competition held in Washington, D.C. To register for this year’s Academic WorldQuest tournament, click here.
For more information about Academic WorldQuest, please contact Daniela Milan at (216) 255-9003 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Junior World Affairs Councils
Junior World Affairs Councils (JWACs) are student or teacher led organizations that engage students in discussions on global topics of international importance with assistance and materials from the Cleveland Council on World Affairs. These Councils are a non-competitive opportunity for students to engage in topics of geopolitical and international importance. CCWA provides discussion topics and access to reading materials, as well as opportunities for JWAC members to participate at CCWA Speaker Forums. CCWA will also identify opportunities for hands-on activities and cultural events around the Cleveland community. Junior World Affairs Councils can be used as an extracurricular/student led activity, or in a classroom setting.
To start a Junior World Affairs Council at your school, or for more information, please contact Daniela Milan at (216) 255-9003 or email@example.com.