The Future Advancers of Science and Technology (FAST) program was created by Stanford University students to provide mentorship and scientific resources to students outside of school. Students at Andrew P. Hill High School receive support from FAST volunteer mentors to fund, develop and present their science projects.
Starting 1 May, the we will be looking for your story on both Twitter and Instagram to celebrate and share the excitement about heading to university after an IB programme. Mention the IB alumni network channels and/or use these hashtags #IBalumni #BetterMakeRoom #CollegeSigningDay.
One UWC alumna tells us how she found her way from Bolivia to UWC-USA in New Mexico and then to Switzerland, where she volunteers for the UWC Swiss Association to select Swiss students and residents to attend a UWC. We also share the perspective of a Swiss student on his UWC experience.
Are you an aspiring journalist, writer or editor? We are looking for a creative, hardworking, and dedicated intern to support our parent and alumni relations projects.The position will have a strong focus on creating original written material for our blog and social media presence to engage alumni, student and parent audiences. The position is part-time […]
We are looking for Middle Years Programme (MYP) schools who would like to pilot a revised version of the personal project report. This pilot will allow us to evaluate the impact of the proposed changes and make strategic revisions before the new personal project guide is launched in September 2021. Participation in the pilot satisfies […]
We are looking for IB Diploma Programme history teachers who would like to contribute to the curriculum review of our DP history course, currently in its research stage and scheduled for publication and first teaching in 2024.
Is your IB World School planning a reunion? Or bringing together past IB graduates to speak with students? We’d like to hear about it and share news of your event here on blogs.ibo.org and on social media.
We are looking for teachers in the IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) who would like to contribute to the next round of curriculum development in individual and societies, currently in research stage and scheduled for first teaching in 2023.
We are looking for Career-related Programme teachers who would like to be involved in reviewing the current language development course.
You completed your IB programme, and now you are moving on towards your future career and academic goals. But how did you get where you are today? And more importantly, how did you tell your story? We’d like to know!
Every IB graduate has a story from their education experience they will never forget. Share your favorite moment for our photo and quote wall that will be on display at the upcoming alumni event!
We are looking for Diploma Programme teachers who would like to contribute to the next round of creating teacher support materials for the psychology curriculum.
We are currently investigating the viability of offering sign language as a language acquisition course in the IB Diploma Programme—would your school be interested in offering this potential new course?
Graduates from all IB World Schools are invited to join regional IB alumni in Geneva, Switzerland on 26 October 2018 to both celebrate our past and discuss how an IB education will meet the needs of future generations. Will you attend?
We are currently investigating the viability of offering classical languages (Latin and Classical Greek) at the ab initio level in the IB Diploma Programme—would your school be interested in offering these potential new courses?