Being a citizen of the world is more important now than ever before. We are all connected and we have a common responsibility to care for our world and the people living in it. We all need to be aware of the world, be responsible for our own actions, understand that people around the world have different cultures and react to things differently. We also need to care for the world’s environment, participate and help the community around us and around the world, and help the world be a better place by taking action. My action research engaged seventeen 2nd and 3rd grade students from The Learning Choice Academy in San Diego, California in fostering global citizenship by participating in real world multicultural learning experiences that fostered the above characteristics. My students wrote to pen pals in Guinea, Africa, participated in a beach clean up, and raised money to purchase water filters for families in need among other actions during my research. Through reflection journals and class discussions, I found that young students have what it takes to become global citizens, all we as teachers need to do is foster it. It is never too soon to begin the journey of becoming the global citizens so needed in today’s world.