do I get my school and community involved in this program?
do we get in touch with our Sister Schools?
Where can I find information about import/export
should I do if I can't contact my sister school?
it cost anything?
How do I get my school and community involved in this program? top
Contact the superintendent or principal or lead teacher and
discuss it. Permission from the administration is important because
support from them is so important to having a successful program.
How do we get in touch with our Sister Schools? top
The Global Achievers office will contact you with all the necessary
details such as name of the teacher, school, postal address,
e-mail addresses, age of students, and other important information.
3. Where can I find information about import/export rules/regulations/tariffs? top
Information on the Internet is very helpful concerning tariffs,
exporting/importing, shipping, currency, and many other concerns.
http://www.ups.com - United
Parcel Service provides the answers about shipping.
http://www.fedex.com - Federal
Express provides assistance for packaging and freight questions.
http://www.usps.com - United
States Postal Service web site is useful for questions about
shipments, size packaging, and costs.
- U.S. Harmonized Tariff Schedule provides information about
various tariffs that may be applied.
4. What should I do if I can't contact my sister school?
If you and the students are not able to make a contact through
e-mail, the next step is to fax your partner a message. If faxing
doesn't work, send a letter using "snail mail." If none of these
work, call or e-mail the Global Achievers office, and we will
5. Does it cost anything? top
The cost is a minimal $150 per year for the upper school and
$100 for the L.I.N.K program. The fee will be due by October
1 of each year.