Summer Workshops

Summer workshops

The wildfires in New Mexico let to the evacuation of UWC-USA at the end of the school year. To ensure the safety of workshop participants and the delicate ecosystem in which we live, the 2022 summer workshops will be virtual rather than in person.  We look forward to seeing you in Montezuma, New Mexico in the summer of 2023! 

We invite you to be inspired by experienced, knowledgeable workshop leaders. UWC-USA has hosted International Baccalaureate workshops for more than 25 years, successfully meeting the needs of teachers who are new to IB as well as seasoned educators. We were one of the very first IB schools in the United States and take very seriously our role as pioneers.

With recent changes to the IB curriculum, it’s more important than ever to stay abreast of how each program area is changing to meet the needs of a complicated educational landscape and the learning needs of our students.

While past participants consistently point to the outstanding workshop leaders we attract each year, they also benefit from the camaraderie and informal networking among other educators. 

We are pleased to offer online workshops accessible from most anywhere in the world. 

Virtual Workshops

Learn online with colleagues from around the world.

Check out the draft daily schedule for the virtual workshops.

Check out the virtual workshop offerings for Summer 2022.

Workshop Cancellation Policy

We reserve the right to cancel a workshop due to low enrollment. In the event a workshop is canceled, you may transfer from the canceled workshop to an available workshop or the registration fee will be fully refunded.

School cancellations and refunds 

  • No refunds will be made after May 15, 2022.
  • If your teacher has registered and you wish to cancel, cancellations have to take place prior to May 15, 2022, and will include a $100.00 cancellation fee. Any unpaid registrations canceled after May 15, 2022 still require payment.

“The virtue and the strength of UWC is that it provides small, but powerful cells of innovation, catalysts for change, breaking barriers of habit and opening broader vistas of experience for both pupils and educationalists.”

— Nelson Mandela, Former UWC President

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