#KidsNeedKiwanis: Key Clubber wins Sister Cities scholarship to expand her service impact
‘Imagining Tomorrow: H2O’ Challenge Announces Winning Teams
Teams of students from the U.S. and Ghana propose high-scoring solutions to water issues in their communities, with help from expert mentors. NEW YORK, March 2, 2016— The Imagining Tomorrow: H20 challenge, an initiative of the Global STEM Alliance of the New York Academy of Sciences and partners Sisters Cities International and Sqore, announced two winning student teams, one from the U.S. and one from Ghana. The challenge was developed to encourage students ages 13-17 from around the world to create innovative science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)-focused ...
Sister Cities Chess Partnership Unites Students around the Globe in Intellectual Competition
50 Years of History and Friendship: A Trip to Shizuoka
Hope Dies Last in a World of Destitute
Blog submitted by Javier Chaney, 2015 U.S.-China Sister Cities Conference Volunteer and Student at the University of Hawaii at Monoa. Click here to view the original post on Medium.The world is becoming a smaller and smaller place. Due to advancements in technology, we are not only as a country, but as a human race, closer than we have ever been to one another. Friends and family members can now converse face to face from opposite sides of the globe instantaneously. An artificial gateway has been developed for all to use. Most importantly, one can empathize with ...
Global Youth Ambassador Highlights
Vlog submitted by Ana Cadillo, Youth Committee Chair, Mesa Sister Cities. Click here to view original post on Medium.Three Youth Ambassador Alumni from Mesa Sister Cities share their exchange experiences from their travels in Burnaby, Canada; Caraz, Peru; Guaymas, Mexico, as well as their experiences hosting students from their sister cities in Mesa, Arizona.For more information on Mesa Sister Cities, visit http://mesasistercities.org.
Students Solve the Refugee Crisis: 2015 Youth Leadership Summit
Rekindling a 30-Year Sister City Partnership
Students Explore Critical Water Issues During 2014 Youth Leadership Summit
2014 Youth Leadership Summit Recap At the 58th Sister Cities International Annual Conference in San Jose, California, over 100 high school students from the United States, Germany, Japan, China, and South Korea participated in the Youth Leadership Summit. The Summit was designed to engage youth in the Sister Cities International network while exposing them to important international challenges focused on the theme, Water as a Shared Commodity. The educational G20 simulation provided students with a platform to learn about diplomacy, international relations, critical ...