Can your students benefit from a virtual student exchange? Do they need leadership skills that translate into the classroom, college, and workforce preparedness?

 Through Bringing the World to Florida’s international virtual exchange program we provide leadership training, cultural exchange, and resources for tomorrow’s leaders because we value exposure, access, and opportunities for all.

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Watch Program Co-Founders, Cairo Eubanks and Rayna Exelbierd introduce Bringing the World to Florida to students!
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Have you registered for Operation: STOP Cyber Harassment?

March 24, 2022-7PM EST

Our CEO, Cairo Eubanks, created Operation: STOP Cyber Harassment in April 2020 as a resource after experiencing online serial Harassment while in college and realizing that the same individual was harassing over 30 individuals on her campus. 

Over 240 Teens and Parents Registered!

Originally intended to be a one-time event, the fantastic feedback from the kids who wanted her to do workshops at their school inspired Cairo to survey the students who attended to ask them to share examples of what they would like to see in leadership development programs and curricula.

Their answers created Bringing the World to Florida, an International virtual student exchange program that combines an 11-module course, workshops that connect to the module topics, and conferences where students can interact with their instructors and each other while experiencing experiential learning. 

Operation: STOP Cyber Harassment has now become an annual conference that connects to Module 8: Asking for Help of the Bringing the World to Florida curriculum. 
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About Bringing the World to Florida

Bringing the World to Florida is an international virtual student exchange program for students between the ages of 13-18 years old that provides exposure, access, and opportunities through self-paced personal and professional development modules; bi-monthly virtual seminars where students can interact with students in other countries; and a virtual bulletin board where students can learn about local and international conferences, workshops, and community service opportunities

Bringing the World to Florida

We will help your students unlock their inner potential so that they can excel in any  professional field. The modules of our programs are:
  • Intro
  • Identity
  • Leadership
  • Storytelling with a Purpose
  • Relationship Building
  • Goal Achievement
  • Mental Health
  • Asking for Help
  • United Nations Sustainable Development
  • Developing Your Passion for Community Service
  • Next Steps

Learn More About Our Goal and Action Plan by clicking below to Access Our Sponsorship Page!

Meet The Founder

Cairo Eubanks is the New Future Foundation Youth Representative to the United Nations and Youth Steering Committee Member.

She is also the Global Correspondent for GODSU. A 
curriculum developer, Cairo's created programs for students in Tamil Nadu, South India, and Broward County, Florida, which is the foundation for Bringing the World to Florida. Cairo received a Proclamation from Mayor Dale Holness on October 10, 2020, and the Rising Star Award from Mayor Wayne Messam for her community work and program development that foster leadership development and cultural exchange.

She reigns as Miss Black Florida USA 2022 for Miss Black
USA.

Our eClasses are the best choice for everyone

Outstanding features for highly customizable Courses, Units, Lessons, and Quizzes

Exposure

  • Self-paced leadership course, exploring topics like Identity,
  • Creating Dialogue, Goal Achievement, and more
  • Leverages evidence-based and scientific research valuation tools
  • Students gain transferrable skills in advocacy, communication,
  • passion development, and more

Access

  • Exclusive town-hall-style live and virtual workshops that go more
  • in-depth with course content
  • Space for students to find out about youth-led or youth-focused
  • events happening at the United Nations and other youth focused organizations

Opportunities

  • Bulletin board with access to local/global community service
  • Experiential learning from in-person and virtual internship/externship
  • opportunities and community service opportunities
  • Chance to be featured on Storytelling with a Purpose, a podcast in
  • collaboration with the United Nations Department of Global
  • Communications

97%

of executives say that soft skills were equally important to technical skills

82%

of executives say that they have a very difficult or somewhat difficult time finding people with the requisite attributes
Our Leadership team

Meet the Rest of The Team

Rayna Rose Exelbierd
Co-Founder
Growing up in Memphis, Tennessee, Rayna never experienced any racism or anti-Semitism. As the granddaughter of Holocaust survivors, she never believed she would experience anti-Semitism in her lifetime. This was quickly contradicted when she began college. Rayna experienced many challenges including cyberbullying, a mock eviction noticed taped on her door, anti-Semitic comments, and even Holocaust denial. Rayna was shocked to learn that even where Jewish communities are strong, there is still more work that needs to be done. Since 2010, Rayna has spoken to over 100,000 people in various demographics. She ignites other's passions by sharing her own story, empowering others to enrich their communities through organizing and storytelling. She has organized hundreds of events since she was a teenager, and has been fundraising for different organizations since she was 12 years old. 
Sudan 
Social Media Manager
Sudan Alex-Rose Lizz Eubanks (S.A.L.E), a fifth-generation Floridian, is an entrepreneur and public speaking POWERHOUSE. Sudan is Miss Black Florida Talented Teen and is an advocate for Youth Community Service. She's volunteered in the Best Buddies program, where she mentored and aided children with disabilities and tutored sixth graders for three months! Furthermore, she packed and distributed food and toiletries that aided hundreds of families.  In addition to her acts of kindness, Sudan, at only fourteen, is at the center of multiple initiatives, including “Reading With Royalty,” a virtual book reading initiative aimed at encouraging imagination and providing an avenue for children in hospitals to feel connected to the world around them at this time! Since launching in April 2020, she's facilitated 500 readers from 50 states, and two territories (Guam & Puerto Rico), and six countries (Canada, Australia, England, Greece, Netherlands), secured a partnership with select Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, and has been featured in the Miami Herald!  Sudan, a global leader, is a youth volunteer for NFFI - JA (New Future Foundation INC., The Jamaican Chapter; a United Nations NGO).
Katie Dundorf
Student Creator
Katie is a student creator whose purpose is to connect deeply with others and in the process learn how to live a more meaningful life. Currently she is traveling the world with Long Island University to learn how to build global communities of impact. Katie is the Co-Founder of Teen Tribe, Inc., a non-profit organization. She uses multimedia storytelling and tenets of entrepreneurship to connect people and ideas. Her accomplishments include 3 TED-Ed speeches and organizing and facilitating weekly club meetings at her high school’s TED-Ed Club. She loves planning events for her community to learn more about student empowerment, social justice, and education reform through meaningful dialogue.She is always looking to connect with people that want a driven, motivated youth’s perspective to do good in this world. She loves connecting with new people.Collaboration ToolNEW
Testimonials

Students’ Feedback from Past Programming:

“Your classes are more interesting than others…I liked the real life examples you had given us and and this made us listen to class…I liked the real life examples you had given us and this is what made us listen to your class. Your teaching lessons step-by-step helped us concentrate and understand what we were taught. Usual classes that have a little excitement and fun are classes we understand and help us a lot"
K.S, 9th grader, South India
"I really liked that there were so many people present and displaying their desire to make a change in our community. All of the speakers were very informative, interactive. I enjoyed hearing different inputs from the speakers."
S.D., Broward County, FL
“Miss Cairo, your teaching style was unique. [Past teachers] did not teach us on discrimination, prejudice, and different stages of a woman. [The topics] were something we could all relate to and it was enjoyed.”
J.P., 9th grader, South India
“I love how open and comfortable the presenters were. They were amazing and kindly spoken. It was very helpful to me”
Operation: STOP Cyber Harassment Event Attendee
“I liked how honest, supportive, and collaborative everyone was. Also the resources provided!”
Operation: STOP Cyber Harassment Event Attendee
“I loved how the legal aspects were covered as well as preventative measures of harassment and bullying”
Operation: STOP Cyber Harassment Event Attendee
“I liked the format of having multiple breakout rooms for topics, and also the speakers were great!”
Operation: STOP Cyber Harassment Event Attendee

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