THE GLOBAL EDUCATOR CERTIFICATE
Certificate candidates are required to study the language of at least one of their chosen travel destinations. They also prepare a pre-departure journal to research and explore questions and initial impressions.
The certificate candidates visit at least two different countries and cultures (different defined by language and geographic distance). They make efforts to visit both urban and rural areas, local schools, and stay with host families to fully experience many aspects of the travel locations.
While traveling, certificate candidates document their experiences through photos and videos. They share a travel blog while on their journeys to stay in touch with the Providence Day community in real time.
Once home, the certificate candidates share their travel experiences through lesson plans that teach the value of their travel and presentations to students, teachers, and parents. They inspire others to begin developing their own global citizenship.