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NH Academic WorldQuest 2021

  • Sunday, March 07, 2021
  • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Virtual



Registration for NH (and Albany-area) Academic WorldQuest teams!

Please register your team(s) and pay online or by mailing a check to the WACNH office: 2500 North River Rd. Manchester, NH 03106

This year, the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire is proud to be partnering with three of our fantastic sister Councils from across the East Coast for our most exciting Academic WorldQuest yet!

With the help and support of the World Affairs Council of Maine, the Peoria Area World Affairs Council, the Tennessee World Affairs Council, and the Vermont Council on World Affairs, 2021 will see our first ever all-virtual AWQ High School competition featuring teams from eight different states! Interested teams will register through their respective state's Council and the Top 3 teams from each state will earn the right to compete in the World Affairs Councils of America's Academic WorldQuest National Competition in April, with our competition's overall winners and runner-ups getting great prizes along the way.

The competition will be hosted on Sunday, March 7th from 2 to 5pm EST virtually utilizing the Wonder.me platform (similar to Zoom) for team coordinating/competition presenting and MyQuiz.org for question answering.

A Practice Day will be held on Sunday, February 7th at 2pm for interested and registered teams to better familiarize themselves with the virtual format. Be sure to email mpappas@wacnh.org to let us know if your team will be participating.

For more detailed information about the competition, please visit our

AWQ 2021 page

The 2021 Competition Topics

1. Global Protests

2. Shifting Sands: The Arab Spring 10 Years On

3. International Labour Organization (ILO)

4. The U.S. Foreign Service in the 21st Century

5. Current Events Pt. 1

6. Country in Focus: Uzbekistan

7. Exploring Peace in a World of Conflict

8. Fraying Alliances

9. Looking to a Post-Pandemic Economy

10. Current Events Pt. 2

Study Guide: Download Now*

*As in years past, the "Great Decisions" category will not need to be studied for our state edition in March. Study materials for both Current Events sections will be made available as we get closer to the event.



1st Place:

Four $2500 CIEE High School Scholarships*

2nd Place:

Four $2000 CIEE High School Scholarships*

*These are individual, non-transferable scholarships that can be applied to any one of CIEE’s High School programs for the 2021-2022 academic year, including Summer 2021.

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