Cross-Cultural Training to Make Global Citizenship a Reality for Your Student Body
The Easy, Cost-Effective Way to
Make Your Students Global Citizens
(Without Making Your Faculty Hate You).
Concerned that your students may be caught off guard when they engage cultures and people groups outside of their own? Go Culture is designed to equip students to engage the world around them knowledgeably, skillfully, and respectfully.
Why schools worldwide
Trust Go Culture
Start Up Is Simple
Our no-hassle set up process makes getting started a breeze
Easy for Everyone
It’s intuitive for students & admins (and accessible from any device)
Culturally-ready students means increased recruiting ROI
When all of that happens, you keep your accreditation and lose the headache of (somehow) working globalization into your math curriculum.
HOW IT WORKS.
IT’S SIMPLE & EASY.
Talk with an ambassador to pick the training plan you need to help your people successfully navigate their next cross-cultural mission.
The History of Go Culture.
How zeal, decades of research, and a wealth of cross-cultural experiences produced the single most effective cross-cultural training tool on the planet.
Contact an ambassador to make global citizenship a reality for your students.
(includes forever access to Go Culture for Life continuing education program)
Ready to explore the global citizenship training your students need to thrive academically, relationally, and emotionally?
- Communication Initiation
- Social Inclusion
- Managing Change
- Managing Uncertainty
- Task Confidence
- Family Support
- Organizational Support
- Spiritual Support
Your global citizen plan includes:
Objective Third-Party Evaluation
Targeted Online Training Videos
Go Culture Certification
Go Culture for Life Continuing Ed
Share Progress with Friends & Family
Years of Research
Rate of Accuracy
U.S. West Coast Ambassador
West Central & NE U.S. Ambassador
Dan Farley, Global Ambassador for Go Culture International, has invested 17 years of his professional career developing his skills as an entrepreneur. He prides himself on his dedication to the people that help his organizations succeed, their personal growth and career advancement. Dan sees the commitment to serving his clients as paramount. He displays this in his quest for knowledge in the industry, through the desire to understand the needs of the client and his passion for following through on his word. Dan resides on a peaceful slice of the word outside of Denver, Colo. with his wife, Laura and their two girls, Madigan and Elsyn.
Southeast U.S. Ambassador
Gina Johnson is a Global Ambassador with a decorated background in sales for a Fortune 500 medical device company. After a recent 3-year expat experience in Europe, she truly understands the necessity of personal and professional preparation prior to departure on such an adventure. Her time overseas was one of growth, learning, family and friendship and hopes the same for anyone taking such a leap. Gina now lives in Southlake, Texas with her husband, Matt, and daughters, Malone (5) and Millie (3).
Click Your State to Schedule A Meeting With Your Ambassador
Trust Us. You’ll Love Us, Too.
“From their effortless implementation and integration to their professional and supportive customer-service, Go Culture is an ideal partner to help you reach your cultural coaching and assessment goals! We couldn’t be more excited to be collaborating with Go Culture!”
Daniel Diaz, Director & International Student Advisor
Guilford College (#2 Study Abroad Program in the Nation: Best College Reviews)
Trust & Transparency.
We believe any healthy relationship requires these two characteristics. That is why Go Culture offers a 30-day RISK-FREE guarantee. If for ANY REASON you are not 100% satisfied with Go Culture, just email me, Justin Velten, President of Go Culture, at email@example.com for a FULL REFUND. But wait, that’s not all! You can KEEP IT, FOR LIFE, even after your refund. It’s like breaking up, but remaining friends. Except in this case, that can actually work. The only catch is that we ask you to tell us how to make Go Culture even better. It’s that SIMPLE.