WHAT IS SWAC?
Student World Affairs Councils (SWACs) provide opportunities for high school students to engage at a local and global level by competing in trivia, meeting internationally-acclaimed speakers and preparing for future career goals.
Participants are eligible to receive World Affairs Council certificates, professional polos and graduation cords, and can attend World Affairs Council international affairs programming at a discounted rate.
How Do I Start a Chapter?
RECRUIT a Faculty Sponsor, President, and Vice President for your chapter. Then, seek out passionate global citizens to join you!
COMPLETE the SWAC Constitution and submit your annual fee using this link: SWAC Constitution. It is only $25 to register an entire club for the year! All Title 1 schools can create a club for free thanks to the generous support of Schlumberger. For financial aid questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
ATTEND events and check the SWAC Monthly News for updates and discussion topics!
This international trivia competition allows Greater Houston high schoolers to go head-to-head for the chance to compete at the national level in Washington D.C.
Pictured: 2020 Academic WorldQuest champions from Fort Bend ISD’s Stephen F. Austin High School.
What About Teachers?
We provide teachers personal and professional development opportunities that send them beyond the classroom.
Lesson Plans &
Gifted & Talented / Professional Development Credit