International Online Communities
People with disabilities of all ages can share their ideas on international issues, learn about different countries they could travel to, and connect with students in other nations through online school projects.
"For the first time in my life I felt like I am doing something to make the world a better place,” says Marlon from the Philippines, who has dwarfism and traveled as a high school exchange student to Michigan.
This organization can take you around the world to see firsthand what it's like to be in another country and culture.
Volunteer in one of ten countries. Begin any time for a 1-12 week program.
Cultural information about 101 different countries including information on Landscape
& Climate, A Look at the Past, Family Life, The World of Work, Sports & Recreation, Health Care, Education, Food, Communication, Spirituality, Holidays, and Arts & Literature.
children’s dictionaries (with pictures and some audio) are available to show online the translation of each vocabulary word into a wide variety of languages.
A graphically-designed, non-verbal, and interactively written quiz about mealtime etiquette around the world. Have fun!
A cable and satellite television channel dedicated to promote European culture and lifestyle in the world through original audio version and subtitled (available in the United States on Dish Network).
Young people can have their views heard through online discussion forums, and learn about European information of interest to young people who are living, learning and working in Europe (available in 25 languages at: http://europa.eu/youth).
Let's you talk with students from other parts of the world and learn about other countries.
Access more than 35 language courses from Amharic to Igbo to Vietnamese that are freely available in an electronic format online.
The children’s games are organized by country where they are played, and the links take you to pages explaining how to play each one.
Learn what children are reading around the world -- full of drawings and different languages. Read with your younger siblings. Books are for ages 3-13, but fun for all ages.
Currently has 2750 entries in 108 languages, translated into German, English, Russian, Spanish, or Italian.
Learn how to get connected with other youth around the world through online projects and overseas events.
Get information on how to become involved in learning and practicing international diplomacy and debating global issues, including curriculum on the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Includes lyrics to children’s songs and rhymes in more than 20 languages and organized alphabetically.
A campaign led by National Geographic to expand geographic learning in school, at home, and in communities, by offering resources for parents, teachers, and kids.
Gives you a look at how to say different phrases in Japanese Sign Language and American Sign Language.
This website helps international youth learn about America and youth in the United States.
Be an ambassador! Play some games or read some news related to what the USA is doing with other countries.
Helps you to imagine what it would be like as a Peace Corps volunteer in another country by giving you fun activities and country information.
The World Youth Alliance is a global coalition of young people committed to promoting the dignity of the person and building solidarity among youth from developed and developing nations.
A website of the International Youth Foundation, created by and for young people to connect and create change internationally.
This World Bank website let's you learn what others are doing and what you can do to make a difference in the lives of youth worldwide.
This website shows you some of the adventures you can have overseas for a summer, semester or year!