What are the next steps after applying to become a Global Citizenship School?
Step 1: Apply to become a Certified Global Citizenship School.
The first step in the application process is registration of the school and nominated GCED Coordinator. Upon registration, the GCED Coordinator receives access to a form that would enable them to enroll all participating educators from the school. Upon completing this step, participating educators receive access to the self-paced onboarding course.
Step 2: Complete the Onboarding Course.
Once all educators at the school complete the onboarding course. The GCED coordinator notifies the Global Citizenship Schools team of completing the onboarding requirements.
Step 3: Receive Induction and Platform Access.
Upon meeting the criteria of selection and completing the core requirements enlisted in steps 1 and 2, educators are onboarded on our core platforms and are provided dedicated access to attend AMA sessions, toolkit, and critical support required for successful implementation of the initiative.
Step 4: Implement the Global Citizenship Course.
The course can be implemented over 14 - 16 hours over a period of six weeks.
Step 5: Submit the Final Report
Using the toolkit provided by the Global Citizenship Foundation in partnership with the UNESCO MGIEP, submit the final report to receive the recognition benefits.