Building on the Pulitzer Center's mission to spread global awareness, the Global Gateway program engages the next generation on pressing international issues. Pulitzer Center reporting projects serve as the departure point for a multi-dimensional educational experience.
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For teachers

Whether you are looking to globalize your class, make connections to the local community, align your curriculum with Common Core standards, or bring your units alive with journalists fresh from the field, we want to work with you.
  • Watch DC teacher, Jeanne Deslich, Ph.D., talk about her experience with our program.

  • Watch St. Louis students talk about their experience with our program.

For colleges

A growing host of institutions has brought insight and immediacy to their courses through our flexible, affordable Campus Consortium program.
  • Campus visits

    Our journalists can present on a vast array of topics that can be shaped to fit your needs.
  • Members

    Browse our network of college and university Campus Consortium members.
  • Student reporting fellowships

    Campus Consortium members can select a student to participate in a guided international reporting project.
  • Watch journalist Rebecca Hamilton discuss Sudan at the George Washington School of Media and Public Affairs.

  • Watch poet and journalist Kwame Dawes discuss Haiti at the George Washington School of Media and Public Affairs.

For students

From post-earthquake Haiti to the camps of Darfur to the bamboo forests of China, our reporters have traveled the world looking for untold stories. Connect with them and share yours.
  • Watch journalist Steve Sapienza discuss reporting on water and sanitation in Bangladesh.

  • Watch journalist Nadja Drost discuss reporting on gold mining in Colombia.