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Become a Member of a GLOBE Working Group: Nominations Due 01 November


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Become a member of a GLOBE Working Group! The GLOBE Program is seeking nominations for the current four Working Groups: Education, Evaluation, Science, and Technology – and for the new Working Group: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). Nominations are due by 01 November 2020 – and the new Working Groups will begin in January 2021. All active GLOBE community members will be considered for the GLOBE Working Groups.

The purpose of the Working Groups is to enhance the role of GLOBE Country and U.S. partners, STEM professionals, and educators in shaping the future of the program and supporting the development and implementation of GLOBE worldwide. In order to ensure regional diversity on the Working Groups, some seats are reserved for representatives from a specific region. Other seats designated "at-large" can be filled by a community member from any region. 

Members are needed from the following regions for the following Working Groups:

Africa Region:

  • DEI Working Group – one representative from the Africa Region AND one at-large (open to all GLOBE regions) representative
  • Education Working Group – one at-large (open to all GLOBE regions) representative
  • Evaluation Working Group – one representative from the Africa Region
  • Science Working Group – one representative from the Africa Region

Asia and Pacific Region:

  • DEI Working Group – one representative from the Asia and Pacific Region AND one at-large (open to all GLOBE regions) representative
  • Education Working Group – one at-large (open to all GLOBE regions) representative

Europe and Eurasia Region:

  • DEI Working Group – one representative from the Europe and Eurasia Region AND one at-large (open to all GLOBE regions) representative
  • Education Working Group – one representative from the Europe and Eurasia Region AND one at-large (open to all GLOBE regions) representative

Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) Region:

  • DEI Working Group – one representative from the LAC Region AND one at-large (open to all GLOBE regions) representative
  • Education Working Group – one at-large (open to all GLOBE regions) representative
  • Evaluation Working Group – one representative from the LAC Region
  • Science Working Group – one representative from the LAC Region
  • Technology Working Group – one representative from the LAC Region

Near East and North Africa (NENA) Region:

  • DEI Working Group – one representative from the NENA Region AND one at-large (open to all GLOBE regions) representative
  • Education Working Group – one at-large (open to all GLOBE regions) representative
  • Science Working Group – one representative from the NENA Region

North America Region:

  • DEI Working Group – one representative from the North America Region AND one at-large (open to all GLOBE regions) representative
  • Education Working Group – one at-large (open to all GLOBE Regions) representative
  • Evaluation Working Group – one representative from the North America Region
  • Technology Working Group – one representative from the North America Region

If you would like to apply to be considered for a place on a Working Group, please complete the Working Group Candidate Statement form and submit by the deadline of 01 November 2020. (You must attach a two-page resume within this Form. Please be sure that you fulfill all necessary procedures within your organization that are required to serve on this GLOBE program Working Group.)

If you would like to nominate someone who you think would be a good candidate for the Working Group, you can complete the Working Group Nomination form by 01 November 2020. (Also, please let the person whom you have nominated know that you are endorsing them, and ask said person to submit the Working Group Candidate Statement form by 01 November 2020, in order to be considered. Please remind your nominee that they have to fulfill all required procedures within their organization to serve on a GLOBE program Working Group.) Read the Working Group Terms of Reference document, which outlines the purpose and functions of the five Working Groups.  

Get involved in shaping the future of The GLOBE Program and supporting the development and implementation of GLOBE worldwide by applying to join this effort.

For more information about the Working Groups, click here.  (The documents/forms referred to above are also located in the upper left hand corner.)

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News origin: GLOBE Implementation Office