2018 Academic WorldQuest
February 7, 2018 @ 3:30 pm CDT/ Free
This event is for high school students only!
Test your students’ global IQ at our annual international knowledge competition for high school students. This FREE knowledge competition challenges high school students in a fun and interactive manner to think globally about critical issues facing the U.S. and the world. The winning team and their coach win an all-expenses-paid trip to the national competition in Washington, D.C. in April 2018.
Academic WorldQuest is a youth education program of the national network of World Affairs Councils. About 4,000 students across the country participate in competitions hosted by 50 local World Affairs Councils.
Host: Mark Wheat of The Current
Study Guide Now Available!
- FREE to compete
- Each high school (9-12 grade students) is invited to register up to 2 teams of 4 students.
- Limited travel scholarships may be available for teams from Greater Minnesota.
- Prizes, pizza and light refreshments will be provided.
2018 Question Topics
ASEAN at 50
India’s Bid for Global Power
Combatting Climate Change
The Peacebuilding Toolkit
Global Minnesota’s focus country: China (local competition only)
And other topics noted in the Study Guide , including some Great Decisions topics
Questions? Please contact Sylvia Oxenham, K12 Program Manager, at 612-301-2314
Presented in partnership with:
And more than 100 individual donors who believe in you — Minnesota educators and students — and the importance of global education.