The 2018 Academic WorldQuest is March 17!
Registration: 8:30 a.m.
Lunch offered on Etown’s campus
If you have not registered your team, what are you waiting for?
The World Affairs Council of Harrisburg each year sponsors the annual Academic WorldQuest competition, a team game testing competitors’ knowledge of world affairs, geography, history, culture, countries, current events, and more.
Last year’s winner was the team from Cedar Cliff High School, coached by Angela Camps.
First Place Winners were:
Patrick Yohe, Aidan Moretz, Nada Rahmouni, and Avery Peiffer.
The Milton Hershey School: Jesse Lin, Seamus Burns, Evan Sensenig, and Tamoya Payne.
Cumberland Valley High School: Abigail West, Alex Crosby, Hayden Dubniczki, and Jill Pasewark.
LINK TO STUDY GUIDE HERE
What makes a team? A team consists of 4 high school students. Fees for teams:
One team: $30.00
Two teams: $50.00
Three teams: $60.00
How the competition works: There will be 10 rounds. Each round will have 10 multiple choice questions. A prominent moderator will present these questions by PowerPoint. Teams then confer to reach a single answer. Each round is thematically different from the other rounds.
- ASEAN at 50
- India’s Bid for Global Power
- Combatting Climate Change
- Saudi Arabia
- Great Decisions
- The Peacebuilding Toolkit
- America’s Diplomats
- Current Events
The World Affairs Councils of America has arranged a group hotel block at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park (2660 Woodley Road NW, Washington, DC 20008). See the reservation link here.
For The Winning Team:
The winning team and coach will continue to Washington D.C. to compete in the National Academic WorldQuest competition to be held on April 2018.
CLICK HERE for registration form:
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