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WORLD VIEW, PITT COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND EASTERN NC BUSINESSES HOST GLOBAL IS LOCAL INITIATIVE

April 24, 2019

From April 11-12, World View partnered with Pitt Community College, Grady-White Boats and Thermo Fisher Scientific to launch a Global Is Local Initiative for community college educators. With a focus on eastern North Carolina, educators from 12 community colleges across the state experienced the global footprint of both Grady-White Boats and Thermo Fisher Scientific.

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RESOURCES FOR TEACHING EARTH DAY

April 9, 2019

Earth Day was created in 1970 as a way of highlighting environmental consciousness. Over 20 million Americans celebrated, and as years passed, Earth Day became both a beloved national holiday and a critical call for action.

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CAROLINA NAVIGATORS SPRING VIRTUAL CULTURAL FESTIVAL 4/12

April 8, 2019

Attention K-12 educators! Bring the world to your students by signing up for the Carolina Navigators Spring Virtual Cultural Festival on Friday, April 12th.

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SURRY COMMUNITY COLLEGE’S SCHOLAR OF GLOBAL DISTINCTION CREATES GLOBAL IMMERSION PROJECT

April 5, 2019

Surry Community College student Teresa R. Vazquez’s global immersion project has interviews with immigrants who settled in Surry County. The project is called “Building Homes: El Sueño Americano” and the interviews, available on her website, focus on citizenship, family, discrimination, belonging and more.

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ANNOUNCING WORLD VIEW’S GLOBAL STUDY VISIT TO MOLDOVA PARTICIPANTS

March 26, 2019

The State of North Carolina has a bilateral partnership with the Republic of Moldova. The official North Carolina-Moldova Bilateral Partnership was formalized in 1999 and has since evolved into a partnership that includes the efforts of many individuals and organizations, including private firms, civic clubs and non-profit entities. This unique relationship between North Carolina and Moldova was built upon cultural, academic and scientific exchanges, as well as governmental cooperation and humanitarian efforts.

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