This award winning programme delivered in partnership with the World Future Society.
Students are encouraged to prepare for the future - by thinking about the possible future, the probable future, the preferable future and the preventable future. Each school or organization that completes a final entry will receive a special CyberFair certificate to proudly display in their community.
Youth conduct research and publish their findings on the Web. Recognition is given to the best projects in each of eight categories. This White House-endorsed program encourages youth to become community ambassadors by working collaboratively and using technology to share what they have learned. Students evaluate each other's projects by using a unique online evaluation tool. The Vision is Explore and Unite! This program brings together more than 2.5 million students across 115 countries. View present and past winners and take a virtual journey around the globe to learn about people, programs and their communities.
|Submission Deadline March 16th 2013||April 1st - 15th 2013||From 19th May 2013|
|Publish your Research||Reflect||Evaluate||Winners Announced|
"We must learn to explore all the options and possibilities that confront us in a complex and rapidly changing world."
~J. William Fulbright
The twenty-second century is on the horizon and the time is now for youth to begin thinking and caring about the world they will inhabit.
Youth are challenged to publish original research projects (e.g. website and/or video stories) that explore how the positive actions and contributions of local individuals have the power to improve, preserve and unite communities.
In partnership with the World Future Society, youth are asked to share their dreams for the future - by thinking about the possible future, the probable future, the preferable future and the preventable future. Projects that best illustrate "future thinking," are invited to the World Future Society international conference WorldFuture 2013: Exploring the Next Horizon, July 19-21, 2013 Illinois, USA, however travel expenses will not be covered.
Now in its 18th year, CyberFair has been described as the largest educational event of its kind ever held on the Internet. This program brings together more than 2.5 million students across 115 countries. View present and past winners and take a virtual journey around the globe to learn about people, programs and their communities. Learn More
Visit the programme website and register your school on http://www.globalschoolnet.org/gsncf/