You are invited to join Washington, DC public and charter school students and their families, along with teachers, education and civic leaders, and community members, for One World Education’s 3rd Annual College & Career Senior Challenge, followed by the organization’s 10th anniversary One World Celebration.
|Date||Wednesday, April 12, 2017|
|Location||The Howard Theatre|
5pm-7pm: College & Career Senior Challenge
The College & Career Senior Challenge is the culminating event for the 2,300 DC seniors who have completed the One World Program in school, where they strengthened their research, writing, and presentation skills and produced argumentative essays on self-chosen college and career issues. Nominated seniors present their arguments to a panel of judges, composed of local civic and education leaders, for the chance to win scholarships for college. In addition to the Senior Challenge, we will be recognizing the work of Student Ambassadors from grades 5 through 12, whose One World essays are nominated by their teachers for publication on our website. These are often students who struggled with writing, but found their voice and passion with our program.
Both of these opportunities help bridge in-school and out-of-school programming to drive academic success and college and career readiness, as well as provide opportunities for students to share their ideas and perspectives on key issues with the larger community.
Several teachers also will receive the Global Educator Award in recognition of their achievements integrating cultural and global issues into their writing instruction.
Thanks to our sponsors!