Global Nomads Group

Overview

Global Nomads Group (GNG) is an international nonprofit that was founded in 1998 with a mission to foster dialogue and understanding among the world’s youth. GNG’s programs are grounded in the belief that connecting youth in cross-cultural dialogue and collaboration leads to greater empathy, global awareness, and active citizenship.

As economies become increasingly global and knowledge-intensive, GNG’s programs address the skills identified by employers as imperative in the 21st century: communication across difference, critical thinking and analysis, interpersonal skills, and actionable curiosity.

By leveraging technology, storytelling, and peer learning, GNG facilitates virtual exchange to connect middle school and high school students (ages 12-18) across the Middle East-North Africa with their global peers. Through both educator-facilitated and direct-to-youth programs, GNG provides a secure and safe space for youth to engage online in conversation with a global community; trains educators and youth to facilitate complex, engaging conversations; designs curriculum that builds meaningful cross-cultural connections; and increases access to global learning opportunities.

For more than 20 years, GNG has been a leader in the field of virtual exchange, with experience running programs in 60 countries, on all seven continents. GNG develops relationships with local partners worldwide to build a base of trusted, mission-aligned organizations that have access to networks of schools, educators, and youth. Each year, GNG seeks to expand its reach to give more young people a meaningful cross-cultural experience.


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