Giving Students the Tools & Confidence
to Solve Global Problems Together

Put yourself on our map. Make friends from around the world! Build a team. Create a global solution! Registration is open from September to December each year. Solutions are judged each May.

In the Global Challenge, teams of US high school students collaborate with international counterparts from October to May to address global climate change and compete for prizes and scholarship awards!

"Global Challenge was one of the best decisions I have ever made, opening up many doors for me." says a 2007 participant. Download our latest brochure and poster! Look at our pictures. Watch our movie (GC-web.mov)! See our news coverage. Read what people say and see where our students go to college.

Students strengthen skills in math, science, engineering, and critical thinking, while learning about global business practices. All participating students ages 14-17 have the opportunity to receive assistance in admissions to colleges and universities and win praise, acclaim, prizes, and scholarship awards! There are MANY ways to win - most especially by helping the world to become a better place! Join today and tell your friends to meet you on GlobeNet.

Established in 2005 by The Arno Group in partnership with the University of Vermont College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, The Global Challenge engages parents, teachers, students and the community in a high-impact educational experience that teaches about complex systems and global engineering challenges while enhancing K12 education and strengthening the pipeline of students entering science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Recently funded by the ITEST program of the National Science Foundation, the program leverages existing online resources and networks and works collaboratively with other programs, such as UVM's Design TASC and the Engineering Summer Institute. We hope you take some time to learn about the project and find a way to participate, contribute, and help extend the goals of the Global Challenge. Our primary motivation is to prepare young people for the challenges of the 21st century by helping them build skills in disciplines necessary to succeed in a more complex, technologically-advanced world.