Gain intercultural leadership skills. 
Tackle pressing global issues. 

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Our Work

Students in the United States and Latin America experience reciprocal year round programing with a focus on how global issues and environmental challenges can be managed at the community level.



We help students grow their leadership skills by providing them with immersive environmental education and intercultural exchange between the US and Latin America.

At the same time we provide schools with additional capacity to enhance global citizenship education through our four pillars. 


Experiential Outdoor Learning

Students maintain organic gardens, participate in field days with community partners, and create sustainability initiatives at their schools.


Co-Curricular Activities

GSE Educators work alongside teachers to incorporate hands-on lessons on sustainable agriculture, cultural competency and more into students’ regular class periods.


Fellowship Program

Students initiate projects that address pressing social and environmental issues in their communities, then activate their peers to effect lasting change.

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Intercultural Exchange

Students in California travel to Ecuador and Guatemala each year to work alongside their peers, while Latin American high schoolers visit the Bay Area to learn more about local student-led efforts.



Students connect with local and international peers through the intercultural exchange to support each other in addressing environmental issues in their communities. Together they work on community projects that help them share best practices and build lasting relationships. 

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GSE’s provided my son the right environment to grow and find his passion. He sees himself as a problem-solver connected to a global community of young people like himself taking action to impact the world in a positive way.
— Mel G, Noah's Mom, 2017 Exchange Student
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