World Forum Foundation: 2021 World Tour

November 19, 2020

Lift Students’ Spirits with a World Tour!

Would you like to offer your team members an exciting opportunity to gain global insights on early childhood development and issues? Consider taking them on a virtual trip around the world.

The Council for Professional Recognition is proud to be a sponsor of the World Forum Foundation’s 2021 World Tour taking place this coming April. It’s a chance to join ECE professionals from around the globe on a jaunt through 10 countries in twelve days. And if you can organize a group of 15 or more students or team members, they can all take advantage of a 50% registration discount!

Key facts about the 2021 World Tour:

  • A tour of a different country will take place each day. And there will be a video recording of every tour, so students can watch them any time that day or over the following two weeks.
  • Tours will focus on key early childhood issues, such as poverty, diversity, nature, men in ECD, social justice, displaced children, resilience, play, art and leading change. In addition, local hosts will lead attendees on adventures into the culture of each country: cooking, singing, dancing, famous sights and more.
  • Every participant will be part of a diverse “Tour Group.” The members of each group will have the chance to make connections and trade ideas by joining in two global Zoom calls during the tour.

If you want your students and team members to sign up for this unique global adventure, contact Tara Schroder at info@WorldForumFoundation.org.

To learn more about the World Tour, check out this short video.

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