August 23, 2016

CCID Spotlight!



Please visit CCID's home page to check out our member spotlight. This week we are featuring one of our new members, Kalamazoo Valley Community College, located in Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA! 
 

Please take a brief poll!

NAFSA Community College IIG



Paloma Rodriguez, International Coordinator from Santa Fe College, is working with the NAFSA and the Community College IIG Leadership team to organize a collegial conversation centered around the needs of community colleges. NAFSA webinars/chats are normally open to anyone, not just NAFSA members. She would like to ask CCID members to help select a topic that is relevant to their institutions. Please take this brief poll by Friday, August 26th.
 
If you have any questions, please contact Paloma at paloma.rodriguez@sfcollege.edu
or +1 352-395-5607.
 

U.S.-UK CVE Community Leaders Two-way Exchange

U.S. Mission to the United Kingdom

This exchange will bring U.S. and UK CVE community leaders together to learn from each other’s experiences in promoting tolerance and preventing radicalization in their communities. The UK groups will travel to all three U.S. cities and meet with various members of the communities, then after 3-4 months, the U.S. group will travel to the UK. The program seeks to provide increased and improved dialogue within communities on difficult issues and to create a new aspect of the Special Relationship among communities in the UK, which often do not share the traditional links between the U.S. and UK. 

Deadline: September 19, 2016

For more information: http://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=287715

 

CCID Quarterly International Newsletter!

Fall 2016 Submissions



This publication is a resource for CCID Members to share all of the exciting and innovative international activities happening at their institutions. Articles may be about anything international your institution is working on, with or without CCID involvement. Faculty experiences, international visitors, student activities, study abroad programs, economic development activities, & international students are just some of the possible topics.

For guidelines and past newsletters: CCID International Quarterly Newsletter

Deadline for submissions: Friday, September 30, 2016

Submit your articles here: Fall 2016
 

USMEXFUSION online professional development courses begin September 12th! Sign up now!

10% discount for CCID members, 20% for groups of 5



To kick it off, CCID Personal Associate Dr. Donald Matthews will be facilitating A Practitioner's Guide to Internationalization at Home September 12 - 15, 2016.

These courses are executive/short courses (some in English and others in Spanish) for HEI executive leadership, middle-managers and faculty. Each course provides concepts and strategies to support institutional comprehensive internationalization. Please share with your campus communities!

In each course, participants complete the following:
  • Watch a video presentation by the expert
  • Access materials and links shared by the expert
  • Interact with the expert and other participants
  • Network through an online platform
Participants receive a certificate for each course they complete.

For information on all ten online courses and the facilitators: http://usmexfusion.org/en/eventos2016/.

View/download the .pdf here.



 

Online application now open for the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program!



--Spring/Early Summer 2017 applications are both due Tuesday, October 4, 2016 by 11:59 PM CDT.
--Advisors have until October 11, 2016 to certify Spring/Early Summer 2017 applications.
 
To encourage more students from community colleges to participate in education abroad, the Gilman Program accepts applications from students enrolled at community colleges/two-year institutions who are participating in credit-bearing education abroad programs that are a minimum of 14 days in length in one country, so long as the students meet all other applicant eligibility requirements 
 
For more information about the Gilman Scholarship, eligibility, webinar schedules, and other helpful resources, please visit the Gilman website at www.iie.org/gilman.
 
Please contact the Gilman Program by emailing gilmanadvisors@iie.org if you have any questions.
 

AC 2017 Call for Proposals!

We are now accepting proposals for our 41st Annual Conference! This year's theme, Aligning the Stars, challenges participants and presenters to explore how connecting resources, ideas and opportunities promotes global citizenship. The 2017 AC will be held February 18 - 20, 2017 at the Royal Sonesta Hotel in Houston, Texas.  

For guidelines and to submit your proposal:
AC 2017 Call for Proposals 

The deadline for submissions is September 30, 2016.

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