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Each year dozens of local educators and professionals join us at the World Affairs Challenge as judges.  Their role is essential to the success of the WAC in meeting our goal of fostering life-long learners.  Judges get to watch and grade team presentations and collaborative questions. Many judges tell us they are learning a lot themselves!

Judges must be available to stay for the entire duration of the WAC event running 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. You may choose to judge the Middle School Challenge on March 4th and/or the High School Challenge on March 11th. Both events take place at Regis University. 

The judging criteria for WAC focuses on rewarding 21st Century Skills of critical thinkingproblem-solvingcollaborationcultural awareness and communication, all essential skills for tomorrow’s workers and leaders.

Serving as a WAC judge is a voluntary effort. Coffee, breakfast, and lunch are complimentary. Judges will have the opportunity to spend the day interacting with fellow community leaders and volunteers, local NGOs, and of course tomorrow's leaders and problem solvers!

Please sign up to judge here:

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Professional history encouraged, personal history optional. Please share a little about your interest in World Affairs Challenge.
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