Bring the world into your classroom through engaging traveler stories
Library of free global education content made specifically for the classroom
Live Video Calls
Connect with Reach the World’s community through YouTube and Zoom every week
Each Reach the World virtual exchange journey includes:
A one-to-one match with a global traveler who meets your curricular goals
A 6- to 12-week virtual exchange journey customized to your students’ needs
- Access to RTW’s virtual exchange library, featuring hundreds of articles and videos
Regular virtual support
- Invitations to special events
- Participation in the Meet the World program with visiting foreign scholars
- Live and on-demand professional development opportunities
Global education microcredentials
Access to curated, content-aligned classroom activity resources
Meet a Reach the World traveler!
Meet Katrina and explore her amazing content, from cooking with gofio to reflecting on what it’s like for an American to live in the Canary Islands and imagine what travelers like her can do for your students. Then, sign up to match with your very own Reach the World traveler!
“Chaco (Hi)! My name is Katrina, and I am a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA) teaching English at an elementary school on La Palma, one of Spain’s Canary Islands. I love La Palma because it has the best of both beaches and mountains, just like where I am from. I grew up in California where I loved hiking and going to the beach with my family.”
Meet a Reach the World explorer!
Travel with ARCSPIN scientists to the Arctic, join the crew aboard the Endurance22 Expedition to Antarctica or go anywhere in between! Help your students cultivate an explorer’s mindset and inspire them to plan their own scientific expeditions around the globe. Take a look at some of the FREE expeditionary content from Reach the World’s explorers and scientists, then sign up to match with your very own Reach the World explorer!
“We had a fun, adventurous, and successful time collecting samples of permafrost, ground ice, plants, mushrooms, lake water, lake sediment, ocean water and air samples. It was hard work, but very fun riding out onto the tundra almost every day with our scientific gear strapped to our ATVs. We saw some very beautiful scenery as the tundra went through its autumn colors.”