- A college should seek to define what global competencies are expected of students as a result of internationalization, and then define a strategy within its context. CCID's Framework for Comprehensive Internationalization, part of "The System" will assist colleges to move from disaggregated to integrated. Learn more
- For the third year, Cross Cultural Solutions (CCS) is providing Harris Wofford Fellowships to CCID Member Institutions for their students who participate in faculty led service learning programs. Named in recognition of a true service leader in the U.S., the fellowship offers individuals the unique opportunity to participate in an international volunteer program for one or two weeks in one of 12 countries in Asia, Africa, Latin America and Canada. More Information
- For nearly 40 years, CCID has provided an international network for community colleges to further internationalization initiatives and to enhance the development of global awareness and competencies in the workforce for the communities they serve. Join Now
- Crossing Canyons, February 21-24, 2014, CCID Signature event offers an opportunity for practitioners to discuss current trends and issues facing international education. The conference attracts over 400 attendees from approximately 40 different countries from across the community college and higher education sectors, governments, national agencies and other industries that support international education. Find out more
The Framework of Comprehensive Internationalization is a valuable tool for your campus.
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