Updated: Nov 13, 2020
Speakers to Schools enhance classroom studies and expose students to international cultures, religions, issues and careers.
$50 JWAC members and educational associates may request a topic and the World Affairs Council will find a local speaker that meets the request. Speakers will visit the high school classroom, speak to students and answer their questions as a complimentary membership benefit. This program is incredibly useful to educators in need of relevant resources for their classrooms.
Teachers can choose from 130+ topics that cover subject areas including: the arts, business, conflicts/social issues, countries/regions, education, environment, economy, health/science, history, media, non-governmental efforts, politics/government and religion. Click here for a complete list of topics.
Schools must have a JWAC on campus
At least 50 high school students in the audience
Students must be prepared to ask the speaker questions
No maximum audience size
At least one teacher per 50 students must be present to supervise
Please note: we will not ask our speakers to complete background checks. If this is a requirement for your school, please do not request a speaker.
Contact Cfangman@dfwworld.org to request a free speaker.