What is Bringing The Globe?

Bringing the Globe is a virtual international student exchange program and a global village for students equipping them with the transferable skill sets and resources they need to thrive. BTG provides self-paced courses, live and virtual workshops, and online international conferences every year that leverage evidence-based and scientific research to help students find their purpose and passion.
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Our Cultural Exchange Initiative

In 2018, community leader Cairo Eubanks received a grant to live and teach in South India, where she created public speaking workshops for high school students. Subsequently, in 2020 during the Covid-19 pandemic, she launched Bringing the Globe, which connects youth from around the world through its online student exchange platform. The virtual workshop-style program, allows students 13-18 years old worldwide to experience international cultural exchange.
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Our program equips all teens with the skills they need to to be future leaders and create change in their own communities, because
Every Child Deserves the World.
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What we do, Why and How we do it

Get a quick orientation on Bringing the Globe, watch this video by Founder of BTG, Cairo Eubanks and Co-Founder of BTG, Rayna Exelbierd.
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We will help you to unlock your inner potential so you can excel in any professional field!


  • Self-paced course Leverages evidence-based and scientific research valuation tools
  • Students gain transferable skills in advocacy, communication and passion development


  • Exclusive town-hall-style live and virtual workshops on course content
  • A space for students to find out about youth led events happening at the United Nations and other youth-focused organizations


  • Bulletin board with access to local/global community service
  • Experiential learning from in-person and virtual internship/externship opportunities and community service opportunities

Conference  Course Programs Q1-Q4

Bringing the Globe, a student leadership and cultural exchange program guaranteed to empower and connect student leaders from around the world. The year is divided into different topics. Every year, BTG hosts four in-person and/or virtual conferences that are then converted into courses where students can receive resources and community service hours year-round! 


Module 4: Identity
Module 5: Leadership
Module 8: Goal Achievement


Module 9: Asking for Help 
Module 10: Mental Health


Module 11: UN Sustainable Development Goals 
Module 8: Storytelling with a Purpose
Module 7: Relationship Building


Tying the Bringing the World to Florida curriculum together using experiential learning!
12. Developing Your Passion for Community Service

Read about us in the Miami Herald!

Our self-paced course, Bringing the World to Florida, was featured in the Miami Herald! Read about us by clicking on the picture link and reading the second column, titled, Global Workshops set for Students.
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Meet our core team

Cairo Rose Eubanks

Founder and ceo
Speaker & Miss Black Florida 2022
The foundation of Bringing the World to Florida was inspired by the leadership programs Cairo created while a Grant Recipient in Tamil Nadu, South India. Cairo has spearheaded or initiated programming for local and international organizations, including the United Nations Department of Global Communications Civil Society Unit as a DGC Steering Committee Youth Representative for New Future Foundation. 

Rayna Exelbierd

Co-founder and cmo
Entrepreneur & Teen Mentor
Author of The Girl Who Said Hello to Everyone. Rayna is a Motivational Speaker who has spoken to over 250,000 people live; she has empowered hundreds of her mentees to discover their passion and take action.

Umi Forsythe

Business Architect
With over 10 years of experience as an architecture and engineering professional in construction, Umi interprets and contextualizes structure for BTG's operational needs and helps streamline and rationalize the program outcomes. 

Joseph Quinones

creative director
Joe has over 15 years of Office and Operation Management. He is responsible for the creative vision of the BTG brand/projects and manifests that vision through digital, print and film installations.

A Brief History of Bringing the Globe

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January, 2018

Our CEO, Cairo Eubanks received a grant to teach and design public speaking workshops for students in Tamil Nadu, India. While in India, she created a curriculum for her students that promoted cultural exchange and storytelling. 

April, 2020

Cairo experienced online sexual harassment and realized that other people from her college were being harassed by the same individual. She launched Operation: STOP Cyber Harassment to be a community conference that provides resources and tools to parents and teens who are experiencing cyber harassment and bullying. 

November, 2021

After surveying 150 students, we filmed a 14-module online curriculum with four themes: Leadership, Cultural Exchange, Mental Health & Resilience, and Experiential Learning.

March, 2022

The team launched the 2nd annual Operation: STOP Cyber Harassment and turns the conference into a course to provide year-round access to resources. 
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How it Works

After surveying 150 students from the 1st annual Operation: STOP Cyber Harassment, we created modules on the following topics:
  1. Identity
  2. Leadership
  3. Goal Achievement
  4. Storytelling with a Purpose
  5. Developing Your Passion
  6. Asking for Help
  7. Mental Health
  8. United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
  9. Relationship Building

The curriculum for the complete program with all modules was titled Bringing the World to Florida.
We then created a course model that combines our modules into 4 themes:

  • Leadership
  • Mental Health
  • Cultural Exchange
  • Experiential Learning

These themes combine our live courses with our Bringing the World to Florida modules to create conference courses!

Launched in April 2022, we released our first conference course, Operation: STOP Cyber Harassment!
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Frequently Asked Questions

How old do I have to be to take this course?

Students between the ages of 13-18 years old who are interested in gaining leadership skills or want to create change in their communities are welcome.

What courses will I take?

Our conference courses include course content from our Bringing the World to Florida curriculum: 
  • Identity
  • Leadership
  • Storytelling with a Purpose
  • Relationship Building
  • Goal Achievement
  • Mental Health
  • Asking for Help
  • United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
  • Developing Your Passion for Community Service

Do you offer community service hours?

With us, you'll have the potential to not only earn community service hours while learning but apply what you learn from the modules in workshops and youth-led/youth-focused events. Our students regularly participate in local, state-wide, national, and international workshops/events.
Please note that the course doesn’t end after you finish the conclusion module; all students have access to the live workshops and announcements for youth-focused and youth-led events programs and initiatives. We are here to be a resource for you!

What if I don't live in Florida?

Not a problem! The program is an international virtual student exchange to be accessible to as many students as possible.