Building Pathways to Global Careers for Community College Students Pilot
Community college students represent a disproportionately small percentage of students who participate in gateway opportunities important to pursuing careers in foreign service and global affairs. Internationalization opportunities, such as study abroad and nationally competitive government scholarships involving global learning, are often prerequisites to pursuing these types of careers. Many community college international offices do not have the resources necessary to effectively disseminate information to students about internationalization opportunities that lead to these types of career pathways. This pilot program will help your institution develop the critical infrastructure needed to ensure your students learn about all gateway opportunities available to them. Apply now to be a part of this program. Spots are limited and available to CCID members only on a first come basis.