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Academic WorldQuest is a global affairs and U.S. foreign policy-based knowledge competition. Every year, over 4,000 high school students across the U.S. participate in local WorldQuest competitions hosted by their World Affairs Council. The winners of each local competition travels to Washington, DC for the National Competition. This year’s National Competition will host over 40 teams from across the country from Hawaii and Alaska to Florida. The competition consists of teams of four students answering 100 questions over ten rounds.

Form a team by December 31, 2013

Application form can be found here.

Download Teacher’s Guide here

DATES AND LOCATION OF THE LOCAL COMPETITION

Saturday March 15, 2014

registration begins at 8:30am at Central Penn Business College

  We encourage schools to start organizing teams and prepare for this exciting event as soon as possible.

2013-2014 Topics

  • Cybersecurity
  • U.S. Energy Policy
  • Global Economic Realignment
  • Middle East
  • Global Environmental Issues
  • U.S. Education
  • UN Millennium Goal 1: Eradicate Extreme Poverty & Hunger
  • Global Health
  • Geography
  • Current Events

For more information on the national competition, click here

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