At Envoys, global education has always been about what you do, not where you go. Our decade of experience with blended models of online and experiential education has provided us with a unique capability to support our partner schools.
We believe that essential work includes teaching students to appreciate diverse perspectives, understand the connections they have to the wider world, respectively and effectively communicate and collaborate across cultures and countries, and use disciplinary and interdisciplinary knowledge to investigate and take action on issues that matter to them and the wider world.
In the midst of an extraordinary academic year, the Envoys EdSuite offerings are designed to enable educators to create truly transformative learning.
Best for supporting individual teachers
and small groups of students
Best for supporting 4-5 teachers
and small groups of students
Best for supporting department-wide
global education efforts
Best for supporting widespread global education
initiatives within your school
Curriculum Consulting and Skill Expansion
Becoming a Global Leader Course
10 Asynchronous Hours
Global SDG Summit
Participants in November and March Summits
Expert Speaker Session or Cultural/ Language Enrichment Session
Custom Virtual Program
12-18 Synchronous Hours
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“Envoys was at the top of their game from start to finish. What initially interested me was their focus on curriculum during pre-departure meetings and the program itself. Envoys cares deeply about the experience of the participants and faculty. [They] constantly ask for constructive criticism and make changes when necessary.”— Joe Vogel , Executive Director, Global Education Benchmark Group
“The Envoys staff were very open about sharing their first-hand experiences, which was a game-changer in terms of learning about post-apartheid South Africa. Also, having everything planned to the T made me feel very safe. I knew that I was in good hands.”— Gio H. , Student, Friends Seminary South Africa 2016
“I loved watching the students take leadership roles and learn about each other’s lives. I also liked the final project- giving options for student ownership, also letting them choose the SDG and getting appropriate speakers. Well done!”— Heather , Teacher, Scarsdale SDG Exchange 2020
” I think overall I learned a lot in this course, and as far as virtual teaching goes, this was an A.”— Charlie , Student, Loomis Ecological Knowledge 2020
“It was not only the good times with our friends or the relationships we built but how we were after we came back, returning to this agitated society with a new view of ourselves and not just our impact on the world, but the world’s impact on us.”— Gabriela , Student, Deerfield Colombia 2014