CCID is a global network of community, technical, and vocational institutions dedicated to creating globally engaged learning environments.
Members engage within the network to improve practices, participate in learning communities, and collaborate to advance global opportunities at the college level.
Which CCID members are currently working in India? Australia? Mexico?
Which CCID members now offer 4-year degrees?
Which CCID members are working on overseas development projects?
CCIDPartnerFind is a new tool to harness the power within the CCID global network. For just about any international activity, you need partners. CCIDPartnerFind will help you find partners faster! With this new tool, membership enhancements include:
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In addition to the college CEO and Senior International Officer, you will have the ability to add up to four additional contacts for CCID. This may include senior administrators, faculty members, international education office staff, or others of your choice.
Build your international profile with information about current activities including enrollment, study abroad, co-curricular activities, English language programs, countries of engagement, and much more. Access to the profile will be limited to current CCID members and staff.
Interested in finding CCID colleges working in a specific country for possible grant partnerships? Or seeking models of Global Education Certificates? Or, if your institution is located outside of the U.S., finding colleges active in your country? CCIDPartnerFind can easily assist!
Here is an instructional video to assist you in filling out your CCID PartnerFind profile:
Become a member of CCID today to start enjoying this new membership benefit. You will have your institution’s profile listed in the searchable database, and you will have the ability to make unlimited searches of other CCID members!
Part of the activities involved sharing sampling and analysis equipment as well as comparing materials used in both nations. Pedagogical and assessment practices were also exchanged in response to the environmental challenges in both North and Central America.
UT León and Cégep de Saint-Félicien seek to strengthen relations that would allow both institutions to offer their students reciprocal internships in Mexico and Canada. These internships intend to broaden student knowledge and skills, to enrich intercultural learning, and to allow the students to become intercultural exchange agents.
In 2015, student Simon Demers from Cégep de Saint-Félicien is the first exchange student UT León has received from this Canadian HEI. Having Simon as a student here has enriched the learning process of our domestic students in this program of study.
The UT León community is proud of fortifying this international institutional agreement. This collaborative venture will continue to benefit faculty, students and the UT León campus.