How do we prepare students to thrive in the global society of the 21st century? Reach The World’s (RTW) programs always aim to do just that. In this particular project, RTW focuses on fostering collaboration between marginalized secondary students and volunteers traveling in study abroad programs; and between pre-service teachers and in-service teachers. The significance in applying the RTW approach to The Rafael Hernandez Dual Language School in the Bronx is the nurturing it provides to at-risk, bilingual students, engaging them to respect and promote cultural diversity. Partnering with the school will be volunteers from the Communication, Computing and Technology in Education Department at Teachers College, Columbia University; and the U.S. Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program.