Tulsa Global Alliance plays an important role in providing tools and resources for teaching international understanding in and outside of the classroom.
Since 1993, more than 120,000 students, teachers and families have enjoyed the benefits of this programs, provide in an effort to encourage respect and appreciation.
A world of knowledge awaits as you learn about Tulsa’s 8 Sister Cities an more about Tulsa's role in the global community. Taste food specialties, listen to music, watch dancers, learn some of the languages, and explore their industry, ecology and history through the OSU Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. “The Moveable Feast: At Home in the Global Community” will be offered on Thursdays February 16 to March 22nd at the LaFortune Community Center. Members of Tulsa Global Alliance will be the facilitators. If you are an adult with an interest in continuing educational experiences, register at education.okstate.edu/olli
Kids' World is an award winning multicultural event for families. Nearly 60 exhibitors, representing ethnic groups, public service organizations, civic groups, educational institutions and businesses provide free hands-on activities, as well as games, giveaways and items available for sale at a small cost. More information
Housed at Eisenhower International School, the Culture Box Program allows area teachers and community organizations to check out cultural boxes representing 40 unique countries. Great addition to any classroom presentation.
Tucky Roger Fellowship
The Tucky Roger Fellowship provides financial assistance through the Tulsa Global Alliance for teachers and educators throughout the Tulsa Metropolitan Service Area to support efforts of their own design to promote global awareness, education, and understanding by visiting Tulsa's Sister Cities and by serving as a resource for TGA, educational institutions, and students.