Club Penguin joins Think WE! Speaking Tour for Schools

We learnt Club Penguin threw a party for terminally ill children as Club Penguin’s and Disney tradition of helping children in need, now Club Penguin joined a new cause: Think WE! You can make your school join in the tour to help make a better world! ere’s what Billybob said:

Hello Penguins!

Do you want to help motivate others make a difference in the world? How about nominating your school for a tour about giving?

We’ve teamed up with international charity group Free The Children to present “Think WE!” — a speaking tour and leadership program for students ages 8-14.

blog_110805.jpgJust like the team at Club Penguin, the “Think WE!” speakers are passionate about making a difference. They share stories to inspire YOU to take action both where you live and around the world!

You can learn more about this free program, or nominate a school from our Global Citizenship page. The program is available anywhere in English, French and Spanish!

You’ll need to nominate your school before Monday, August 8 for a chance to participate in this year’s tour.

Until then… Waddle On and Make a Difference!

-Club Penguin Team

So if you’d like to join in your school be sure to visit Club Penguin’s Get Involved page and read all that you need to know before you sign up. Good news: this programme is open FOR EVERYONE atleast speaking English, French and Spanish! That’s almost everyone in Club Penguin! 😆 Your school will need to research and speak in any of the themes Universal access to Education, Child Rights and Learning to Lead.

So are you joining in the cause?

Waddle On!

Yellow Crown

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About Yellow Crown

Hi, I'm Yellow Crown and I'm a Club Penguin fan. I've been playing Club Penguin since August 2006 and I even have a Club Penguin blog with Fosters1537 on fosters1537.wordpress.com . I accept any friend request, add me on Club Penguin: Yellow Crown.

Posted on August 6, 2011, in Club Penguin, in Real Life and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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