Welcome to
Envoys Basecamp

A suite of free virtual resources
for students and schools to enjoy.


virtual webinars with esteemed experts on issues of global significance


workshops focused on issues that are important and personal to students


a free, open-source resource bank for students and teachers

Global Issue Expert Webinars

Envoys is pleased to announce virtual webinars with esteemed experts on issues of global significance. Guided by informed perspectives from experts, Envoys facilitators will offer possible applications and considerations for our network of global educators.

All sessions will be on Fridays at 1:00 PM EST. A link to access the webinar will be provided upon registration.

Global Education What Now and What Next?

Global Education:
What Now and What Next?

April 3rd, 1:00 PM EST

Dr. Fernando Reimers, Ford Foundation Professor of Practice in International Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, joins us to explore the future of global education amidst and after COVID-19.

Dr. Reimers will speak to the rapid transition to distance-learning within universities and schools as well as key focal points for school administrators, and the implications for global education curriculum. Participants will also discuss this unique moment in modern history, considering the notion of a new ‘shared experience’ (with marked differences between countries) for every person in the world. This conversation with Dr. Reimers will be facilitated by Envoys co-founder and SVP of Education Seth Leighton, with opportunities for participant questions via Zoom’s chat feature.

April 10th, 1:00 PM: Remote Work in Organizations: Systems Approaches

Remote Work in Organizations: Systems Approaches

April 10th, 1:00 PM EST

This session will be lead by Seth Leighton, Envoys Founder and SVP of Education.

With offices, colleagues, and partners around the world, Envoys has always been a company that operates remotely. Our geographically-distributed teams and individuals use technology to collaborate on a daily basis, performing work that matters. Over the past decade, we’ve learned many lessons in organizing remote work, including building channels of work communication, maintaining group norms, ensuring a culture of productivity, and enabling creativity and innovation. This session puts forth those lessons for the current challenges facing our fellow educators.

Interested in a webinar?

Click here to register for free and receive your link to the webinar.

Topical Interest Groups

Envoys’ Senior Field Educators facilitate student workshops focused on issues that are important and personal to students, guided by informed practices in global education pedagogy. 

Fast Fashion & the Global Waste Crisis
April 3rd

With Liz Rickets and Branson Skinner from the Non Profit Organization #DeadWhiteMansClothes.

Check out their work at https://www.instagram.com/theorispresent/

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Previous Sessions

Find recordings and materials of previous webinars here:

Food Equity and Home Gardening

Click bellow for the recorded version of the webinar.

You can also find some reading materials here

Envoys Campfire

A free, open-source resource bank for
students and teachers.

We’ve included easy recipes from each of our destinations, recommendations for reading, listening and viewing, tips for staying active and a virtual pen pal program.