Formal World View partnerships help more than 85 school, district and community college partners across North Carolina globalize their curricula and campuses and prepare globally competent students.

We are ready to help you do the same.

Partners pay no membership fee. Rather, they commit to making global learning a priority for their educators and students. World View provides connections to valuable global resources, tools and networks.

Official partnership offers

  • Special partner rates and “partner preference” to select programs
  • Customized global education professional development consultation services for schools, districts and community colleges seeking to build global capacity for faculty and students
  • Opportunity to apply to the World View Fellows Program
  • Opportunity for K-12 districts to host a World View Global Education Summit
  • Opportunity for community colleges to become part of the nationally recognized North Carolina Global Distinction Program

Partnership Commitment

World View partners commit to:

  • Emphasize teaching and professional development about the realities of globalization in the 21st century and prepare students, teachers and administrators to thrive in today’s diverse, interconnected world.
  • Send educators to World View’s spring seminars and fall symposia, paying the cost of attendance.
  • Send a key educator to World View’s Global Education Leaders Program, paying the cost of attendance. Limited spots available. Participants are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis with partner preference.
  • (Optional) Send a key educator on a global study visit. World View holds a percentage of spaces on its study visits for partners, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Professional Development for Partners

  • Fall Symposia
    World View’s fall global education symposia (a K-12 symposium in October and a community college symposium in November) are held each in year in Chapel Hill. Special rate for teams of four. Additional discount will be provided for partners beginning in 2019.
  • Spring Seminars
    World View schedules March seminars back to back to allow educators to attend seminars with only one additional day away. Special rates for teams of four. Additional discount will be provided for partners beginning in 2019.
  • Global Study Visits
    World View reserves a percentage of spaces on its study visits for partners on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Global Education Leaders Program
    World View’s week-long institute equips current and aspiring leaders with the skills to engage in dialogue about key global topics and explore leadership strategies to increase global understanding. A special track for K-12 classroom teachers focuses more attention on classroom strategies. World View accepts applications on a rolling basis with partner preference. Additional discount will be provided for partners beginning in 2019.
  • Fellows Program
    World View’s highly selective cohort of educators from partner institutions receive intensive global professional development. Only partners may apply to the Fellows Program.

K-12 On-site and Custom Programs

  • World View to You!
    World View offers K-12 partners affordable on-site mini sessions, half- and full-day on-site workshops and custom sessions tailor-made to help educators from all grade levels and content areas bring a global perspective to the classroom.
  • Global Education Summit for K-12 Partners
    World View kicks off each school year with an August workshop for K-12 educators held at a different partner district. Educators from partner schools and districts attend at no cost.

Community College Global Distinction Program

Community College partners may step up to become participants in North Carolina Global Distinction, a collaborative effort of the state’s community colleges and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill that help colleges globalize their curricula and campuses and offer students a unique global education credential.

Curriculum Support

World View links educators from partner institutions with resources offered by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill centers and departments that help:

  • Infuse a global perspective into courses and curriculum.
  • Conduct curriculum planning sessions while attending World View programs.
  • Develop new courses and curricula on global issues.
  • Connect with experts and resources in global studies, area studies and university libraries.

Contact Us

Let a World View partnership propel global education at your institution.

Contact World View Director Charlé LaMonica at (919) 843-9408 or



Bertie County Schools
Bladen County Schools
Buncombe County Schools
Cabarrus County Schools
Caldwell County Schools
Camden County Schools
Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
Cumberland County Schools
Davie County Schools
Duplin County Schools
Durham Public Schools
Gaston County Schools
Guilford County Schools
Haywood County Schools
Hoke County Schools
Iredell-Statesville Schools
Johnston County Schools
Lenoir County Public Schools
McDowell County Schools
Onslow County Schools
Pender County Schools
Person County Schools
Polk County Schools
Public Schools of Robeson County
Rutherford County Schools
Union County Public Schools
Vance County Schools
Wake County Public School System
Warren County Schools
Watauga County Schools
Wayne County Public Schools
Winston-Salem/Forsyth Co. Schools


Carolina International School (Concord)
Forest Hills Global Elementary (Wilmington)
Global Scholars Academy (Durham)
Ignite Innovation Academy (Greenville)
Lake Norman Charter School (Huntersville)
Magellan Charter School (Raleigh)
Neuse Charter School (Smithfield)


Cannon School (Concord)
Carolina Day School (Ashville)
Charlotte Country Day School (Charlotte)
Durham Academy (Durham)
Oakwood School (Greenville)
Providence Day School (Charlotte)
Ravenscroft School (Raleigh)
The Epiphany School of Global Studies (New Bern)
Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill


* = N.C. Global Distinction campus

*Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College (Buncombe, Madison)
*Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute (Caldwell, Watauga)
Cape Fear Community College (New Hanover, Pender)
Catawba Valley Community College (Catawba, Alexander)
Central Carolina Community College (Lee, Harnett)
*Central Piedmont Community College (Mecklenburg)
Cleveland Community College
*College of the Albemarle
*Craven Community College
*Davidson County Community College (Davidson, Davie)
*Durham Technical Community College (Durham, Orange)
Edgecombe Community College
Fayetteville Technical Community College (Cumberland)
*Forsyth Technical Community College (Forsyth, Stokes)
*Gaston College
*Guilford Technical Community College
*Isothermal Community College (Polk, Rutherford)
James Sprunt Community College (Duplin)
Johnston Community College
Lenoir Community College
Mayland Community College (Mitchell, Avery, Yancey)
*Nash Community College
Piedmont Community College (Person, Caswell)
*Pitt Community College
Richmond Community College (Richmond, Scotland)
Roanoke-Chowan Community College
*Robeson Community College
*Rowan-Cabarrus Community College
Rockingham Community College
Sampson Community College
*Sandhills Community College (Moore, Hoke)
*South Piedmont Community College
Stanly Community College
*Surry Community College
Vance-Granville Community College (Vance,Granville,Warren,Franklin)
Wayne Community College
Western Piedmont Community College (Burke)
*Wilkes Community College (Wilkes, Ashe, Alleghany)