Foreign Affairs is a two-week focus program on the campus of Yale University entering grades 10-12.
“Can the next generation of American policymakers manage to hold things together and take the world to new heights, or will American and Western decline trigger chaos or renewed conflict? No issues are more important, no time is too soon to start learning about them, and there is no better way to do so than through this introduction to American foreign policy.”— Gideon Rose,
Editor, Foreign Affairs + EXPLO Guest Speaker
As an EXPLO Foreign Affairs Fellow, you’ll:
When EXPLO Foreign Affairs students met with delegates at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations in New York, nothing — Afghanistan, North Korea, China — was left off the table. (The Mission is responsible for carrying out the nation’s participation in the world body.)
Interested in exploring foreign affairs, but not ready to invest all of your time focused on just one subject? Our most popular program – Exploration – might be a better fit for you.
With a number of course and workshop offerings in international relations, Exploration Programs give you the chance to explore your interest in foreign affairs while at the same time giving you the opportunity to explore many more interests via a wide variety of hands-on courses, workshops, activities, events, and trips.
Here are some Exploration course options that are complementary to Foreign Affairs:
EXPLO at Yale (Grades 10-12)