CCIE PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES
CHANCELLOR JACK SCOTT NAFSA COMMUNITY COLLEGE LUNCHEON SPEECH
Chancellor Jack Scott has given CCIE a copy of his key-note presentation at the 2009 NAFSA Community College Luncheon, Thursday- May 28, whose theme was "International Education & Workforce Development in a Time of Economic Crisis." To access his speech and President Emeritus, Edward Valeau Introduction please go to www.ccieworld.org
CCIE Announces New Board of Directors
CCIE is pleased to announce the Board of Directors for 2010-2012 term. Welcome to all the volunteer leaders:
President: Dr. Andreea Serban, President Santa Barbara City College
Treasurer: Dr. Jacob Ng, Vice-Chancellor, Peralta Community College District
Vice-President, North: Dr. Robert Frost, Vice-President, Siskiyous College
Vice-President, South: Dr. Bill Scroggins, President, College of Sequoias
Vice-President, South: Dr. Michael Mandelkern, Dean, Orange Coast College
Director: Dr. Rosalind Raby
Bios on the new CCIE leadership will be highlighted in the next Newsletter.
CCIE DUES FOR 2009-2010 & DUES FOR 2010-2011
CCIE wants to remind all our members that, now, more than ever, it is important to pay your dues. CCIE dues are collected on the academic year - July 1 - June 30. It is critical that every member be current with their dues in order for CCIE to continue to support activities such as the Newsletter, Web-Page, Workshops, and Student Scholarships and Institutional Grants. If your college has not already processed your 2010-2011 dues, we urge you to please make sure that the paperwork is being processed.
CCIE ANNUAL MEETING: NOV. 18, 9:00 - 12:00 AT THE CCLC CONFERENCE:
SPECIAL SPEAKERS Dr. Barbara Beno and Ms. Dorte Kristoffersen
Room 102 of the Pasadena Convention Center (left Building)
CCIE would like to welcome everyone to attend our annual Business Meeting and Leadership Skills Workshop on Thursday, November 18 from 9:00 - 12:00 at the CCLC convention, located at the Pasadena Convention Center. Please join us for this important meeting. The agenda includes:
a) collaboration in light or economic challenge;
b) building new leadership; and
c) making a difference: International Education and Community Colleges.
Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges President, Barbara Beno joined the Commission as President in August 2001. Prior to her appointment, she served as Commissioner for both the ACCJC and the Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities, Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Dr. Beno served as president of Berkeley City College (formerly Vista Community College) for twelve years, Assistant Chancellor of the San Mateo Community College District, Research and Planning Director for the Peralta Community College District, and a university faculty member in Sociology. Dr. Beno was Chair of the Council of Regional Accrediting Commissions from 2006 to 2009.
Ms. Dorte Kristoffersen joined the Commission staff in July 2010. Prior to joining the Commission she was Deputy Executive Director of the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications. She has served as Audit Director of the Australian Universities Quality Agency from 2004 to 2007 and as Deputy Director and Director of Development of the Danish Evaluation Institute from 1992 to 2004.
All CCIE Member Colleges are invited to send representatives to this meeting. Please RSVP to Rosalind Raby by Nov. 1 at firstname.lastname@example.org
INTERNATIONALIZING CURRICULUM WORKSHOP (INMP): NOV. 5-6
All CCIE college members are invited to a FREE workshop on Internationalizing the Curriculum, SEPTEMBER 5-6 at Whittier College. This program begins the second decade of the community college INMP program. This is a specific program to help ALL faculty in ALL disciplines internationalize their curriculum. At the Fall Workshop there is a chance to talk about important international issues, have a presentation by experts in the field, and meet with others who will be involved in the Spring simulation.
The program will begin at 9:00 on Friday, September 5 and will conclude at 3:00 pm. The day includes continental breakfast and lunch. The programs continues on Saturday, September 6 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and also includes a continental breakfast and lunch.
PARTICIPATION IS FREE, BUT SPACE IS LIMITED. YOU MUST REGISTER IN ADVANCE. The INMP is an on-line simulation of international negotiation that allows community college faculty from across the curriculum to infuse an international perspective into their classes. http://www.icons.umd.edu/inp/index.html Students negotiate on a range of international issues selected by the faculty members so that they can support the substance of their classes. Each participating classroom adopts the role of a different country and negotiates from the point of view of that country. At the conclusion of the project, students will be familiar with the culture, economy, history and politics of other countries, the interrelationship of nations, the art of negotiation, and with the Internet. Community college faculty from all disciplines are invited to participate and former students acknowledge that this was an exceptional learning experience as they not only learn more about current issues and negotiations in general, but that they become more aware of the ways in which such issues affect them personally. For additional information, contact Rosalind
EMPLOYERS WANT STUDENTS WITH INTERNATIONAL LITERACY SKILLS
The American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) released Raising the Bar: Employers' Views in the Wake of the Economic Downturn on January 20. Among the findings concerning learning outcomes on which employers want colleges to place more emphasis are global issues (67 percent), intercultural competence (71 percent), and intercultural knowledge of global issues (67 percent). While not specifically cited, there is a clear link to international education. Related to the survey, AAC&U also released a policy paper, The Quality Imperative, which calls on academe and policymakers to commit to civic, ethical and cross- cultural learning for every degree program and every student. To access this report:
OPPORTUNITIES FOR CCIE STUDENTS TO PARTICIPATE IN A UC EDUCATION ABROAD PROGRAM
The University of California’s Education Abroad Program invites community college sophomores to participate in the 2011 Fall Semester program in London. This is an opportunity for Community College students who plan to transfer to a UC to take a UC credit semester abroad. The rigorous four-course curriculum highlights London as a global crossroads of major social and cultural forces, and through a range of exciting activities outside of the classroom students actively engage some of the city's unique resources to examine these dynamics. All students will take four courses and receive 5 UC quarter units for each: London Museums (satisfies ANTH 111; ARTHS 111 or SOC 111); British Cinema (satisfies FILM 110); London: Society and Space (satisfies ANTH 110; GEOG 110 or HIST 110); and Theater in London (satisfies DRAMA 110 or ENG 110). Applicants must be sophomores at the time of participation and demonstrate a 2.0 GPA. For an application and additional selection criteria, contact Melody Knutson, Regional Director for the UK and IREland (805) 893-4756 or www.eap.ucop.edu and click on UC London Bloomsbury Center.
SAN JOSE STATE ONLINE BA DEGREE IN GLOBAL STUDIES IS ACCEPTING STUDENTS
San Jose State University announces a new online BA degree in Global Studies. The Global Studies Online is an interdisciplinary, inter-collegiate program that provides an understanding of the global society, political, economic, and natural environment and skills in creating thinking and analysis. The Global Studies degree prepares graduates for employment in international business, finance, government, security, non-profits, and service industries like entertainment and IT. The Online program is unique in allowing students to complete their upper division course-work entirely online. For information contact Mark McKenna, Associate Director, Global Studies Initiative email@example.com or http://gsonline.sjsu.edu
HONG KONG SECONDARY EDUCATION REFORM & U.S. UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION PANEL HELD AT FOOTHILL COLLEGE
Foothill College sponsored a Hong Kong Secondary Education Reform and U.S. Undergraduate Admission Panel on May 6. The panel introduced changes to HKDSE (Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education) which will be administrered in 2010 to assess the attainment of Secondary 6 students. This reform may have a significant impact on admission and transfer of Hong Kong students to U.S. colleges and universities. While the new HKDSE is now acceptable in lieu of GCE A level for applications to UK universities, no admission standard has been put in place for Hong Kong students wishing to study in the U.S. Many colleges and universities have been able to accept the HKCEE diploma offered after Secondary 5 as proof of high school completion, which was a competitive admission advantage allowing Hong Kong students to start their undergraduate studies in the U.S. earlier. With the phasing out of the HKCEE, students finishing Secondary 5 will not be receiving a diploma until HKDSE at the end of Secondary 6. This change may significantly affect the country and type of institution that Hong Kong students will choose for undergraduate study, as well as their admission qualifications for transfer.
NEW POSTER FROM THE NATIONAL CLEARINGHOUSE ON DISABILITY AND EXCHANGE!
NCDE has new free full-color posters encouraging students with disabilities to get a passport, open their world and study abroad. A potentially life-changing study abroad experience starts with getting a passport. Put the idea out there for students with disabilities to see that this experience is an option for everyone. The 24" x 36", full-color poster is perfect for classrooms, counseling offices, and community college campus study abroad offices, offices of disability services, or student advocacy organizations working with youth and adults with disabilities. To get your free poster, contact the NCDE at: firstname.lastname@example.org
INTERNATIONAL INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Global Experiences is the world's leading provider of high quality customized international internship programs abroad, including summer internships and fashion internships. Internship program are available in London, Dublin, and Sydney. Some language proficiency is required for internships in Spain, France, and Italy. Global Experiences matches applicants with businesses and organizations that best meet their academic needs and professional objectives. Each program is consistent in quality, delivery and design in all locations worldwide. All internship programs include a comprehensive consultation with each applicant to identify academic background, career goals and location of interest. Internships are available in the fields of communications, computing/IT, economics, fashion, finance, marketing, advertising/PR, supply chain and other vocational areas. Fees and start dates vary. For additional information, visit www.globalexperiences.com.
Students from CCIE Member Colleges will receive a $400 discount from listed prices. To apply, contact Mr. Jon Peterson at 410-267-7306 or email: email@example.com.
INTERNATIONAL FACULTY DEVELOPMENT SEMINARS: 2011
There are a range of locations and themes fo the 2011 Faculty and Administrator Development Seminars sponsored by the Council on International Educational Exchange. The seminar options can be found at: http://www.ciee.org/IFDS/seminars/index.html
Information on the Ping Fellowships to help offset some of the costs: http://www.ciee.org/ifds/fees-funding/research-grants.html
Examples of some of the Seminars include:
Contemporary Senegal through Literature and Arts
Landscapes and Culture: Human Geography in East Africa
Germany and Poland: Ruin and Revival: History, Modern Memory, and Identity
Truth and Reconciliation: Ongoing Conflict Resolution in Northern Ireland
Russia and the Republic of Tatarstan: Window to the West or Gateway to the East?
Exploring Global Energy Issues: Promises and Threats: Sweden
Salvador da Bahia: Identity, Race, and Culture in the Afro Brazilian Heartland
Cultural Identity and Development: Chile & Argentina in the 21st Century
FULBRIGHT-HAYS SEMINARS ABROAD PROGRAM: DUE October
The Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad Program provides opportunities for overseas experience. The program is open to educators and administrators with responsibilities for curriculum development in fields related to humanities, languages, and area studies. Seminars are designed to provide a broad and introductory cultural orientation to a particular country(ies). The program is geared towards those educators with little or no experience in the host country(ies) who demonstrate the need to develop and enhance their curriculum through short-term study and travel abroad. Application Due: October 6.
Postsecondary Seminars: Brazil, Morocco & Tunisia
Presidents, Vice-Presidents and Provosts: Jordan & Oman
Award includes round-trip economy airfare; room and board and host-country travel. Participants are responsible for a cost-share of $ 450.
For more information please contact, Carly Borgmeier, Program Officer, Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad Program at the U.S. Department of Education: Carly.Borgmeier@ed.gov or visit www.ed.gov/programs/iegpssap
LESSONS FROM ABROAD WORKSHOP
The Lessons From Abroad Re-Entry Conference series will offer the first workshop for the Los Angeles Area at Chapman University on Saturday, November 6th. The conference is designed to assist students that have recently returned from an overseas experience. The conference allows students to meet other students, share their experiences, learn about ways to internationalize their career goals, best market their international experiences and help lessen the effects that re-entry to the US often occurs. Lessons From Abroad has been held in the San Diego and Bay Areas the past three years with great success and due to popular demand, we are thrilled to have an offering for students in the LA area.
Final details are still being hammered out, but the fee will be in line with past San Francisco and San Diego re-entry conferences. Please check www.lessonsfromabroad.org frequently as more details are posted. Any questions, comments, or to find out more about how you can get involved as a volunteer with the conference please email the Lessons From Abroad LA Conference Co-Chairs: Angela Manginelli, firstname.lastname@example.org or Jay Bartletti, JBartletti@globalinksabroad.org
This section provides updates on the various CCIE Sponsors.
EF COLLEGE STUDY TOURS
EF College Study Tours provides short-term study abroad opportunities for college students and professors. With a focus on international experiences on college campuses, EF College Study Tours provide easy and affordable opportunities for community college students to acquire the international experience they need to compete and succeed in today’s global economy. Short-term programs have proven to be effective in helping college students become globally engaged, and EF’s one- to four-week tours allow professors to incorporate their curriculum and academic goals into any of more than 50 itineraries to 33 countries around the world.
EF College Study Tours is a division of EF Education First, the world leader in international education. With 400 offices and schools in more than 50 countries, EF offers a range of 16 educational programs focused on language learning, educational travel, cultural exchange and academic degrees. Since its founding in 1965, EF has helped more than 15 million students learn a language, discover the world or earn an academic degree.
ISIC CARD / STA TRAVEL
STA Travel is offering student exclusive pricing on their Airfare Deposit Program that is available to students on financial aid who are going to study abroad. Eligible students can lock into a specific airfare and then pay the full payment seven days prior to departure. The airfare price is guaranteed upon receipt of the deposit. There is a $ 300 nonrefundable deposit. This is a special program designed for CCIE member college students. For more information, call 800-535-7172 or e-mail Programforms@statravel.com
INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION – GENERAL INFORMATION
AACC and ACCT Joint Statement on the Role of Community Colleges in International Education
The Joint Statement can be found at http://www.aacc.nche.edu/Content/NavigationMenu/ResourceCenter/Services/International/
AACC TRIP TO CHINA FOR PRESIDENTS AND VICE-PRESIDENTS
AACC is sponsoring a tip to Beijing China for Presidents and Vice Presidents to attend a conference designed to help promote understanding, explore higher education challenges in the United States and China and develop mutually beneficial programs and partnerships. Join participants Oct. 18-23 to explore cities outside of Beijing on arranged visits to potential partner vocational and technical institutions and expand your knowledge of Chinese history and culture. email@example.com
HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE WILL DEVELOP A COMMUNITY COLLEGE IN QATAR
Houston Community College has been selected by the Supreme Education Council in Qatar to develop an American-style community college in Qatar – a significant milestone for Qatar as well as for the U.S. community college system generally. The contract is worth $4.5 million. According to an article in Inside Higher Education, the partnership constitutes "the largest international service partnership with an American community college to date." http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2010/04/20/qatar
LAGUARDIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE WILL DEVELOP A COMMUNITY COLLEGE WITH THE UNIVERSIDAD CENTRAL DE CHILE IN SANTIAGO.
The Community College de Santiago enrolled its first class in March. LaGuardia provided expertise in administrative matters and assisted in developing dual academic programs. For the complete story see Inside Higher Ed: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2010/06/16/intl
CIEE PUBLICATION: 32ND OCCASIONAL PAPER: “STUDY ABROAD AND ITS TRANSFORMATIVE POWER
CIEE announces the publication of the 32nd Occasional Paper titled “Study Abroad and its Transformative Power.” The papers address issues of interest to academics and professionals involved with a wide variety of activities in the field. Written by Gerald W. Fry, R. Michael Paige, Jae-Eun Jon, Jon Dillow and Kyoung-Ah Nam this paper shows that among nearly 700 respondents that study abroad is indeed a transformative experience for many students. Moreover, even when it isn’t “transformative,” it has a major impact on the lives of participants. It affects how they see and engage the world, their values, their friendships, their careers, and education. Study abroad offers each student a personal learning experience. Students return more confident in their ability to cope, more capable of dealing with uncertainty, and with a greater sense of purpose than before they left. It’s not only what they find out about the world and those around them that’s important. Most importantly, this paper clearly shows that study abroad should fit into the collegiate educational experience as “front and center.” The question in higher education curriculum development should be not whether or not study abroad fits in, but rather how to make it fit—to ensure that it’s part of the overall educational experience. Study abroad works. It is for many, and can be for more, one of the best—and for many the best—part of a collegiate education. http://www.ciee.org/home/research-publications/documents/CIEEOccasionalPapers32.pdf
NEW ARTICLE ON COMMUNITY COLLEGE MODEL THAT SHOWCASES ROSALIND RABY AND EDWARD VALEAU’S 2010 BOOK
New Article by Elizabeth Redden: Community College Model Gains Wider Acceptance Abroad, profiles not only the existence of community colleges around the world, but the active engagement of U.S. community colleges in supporting these institutions. Educators worldwide are increasingly recognizing the potential for community colleges to serve as engines of social mobility, according to a new article in Inside Higher Ed. According to Tully Cornick, executive director of Higher Education for Development, as quoted in the article, "There is a recognition around the world, and it manifests itself somewhat differently [in different countries], that community colleges, as one element of the higher education system, have something very significant to offer to segments of the population."
For the full article, visit: www.insidehighered.com/news/2010/06/16/intl
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CORNER
CCIE will have a section in the upcoming i-studentadvisor publications that are based in England and which produce a range of online magazines for international students considering their study options. These magazines have a subscribed readership of 10,000 guidance counselors in schools in 165 countries and a secondary readership of 1/4 million international students. Links to the published article will be shared in the months ahead. The CCIE focused issue will come out in October, 2010.
CHANGE OF FILING LOCATION FOR FORM I-526; I-130; 1-817; I-539; I-140
WASHINGTON-U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced a revised filing location for individuals filing a variety of forms. Some require petitioners to file at the USCIS Lockbox rather than at a Service Center. Others require petitions in specific locations. Centralizing form and fee intake to a Lockbox environment allows USCIS to provide customers with more efficient and effective initial processing of applications and fees.
For more information on all the USCIS programs, visit www.uscis.gov or call the USCIS National Customer Service Center at 1-800-375-5283.
Spotlights on CCIE member colleges are provided in each Updates. Please send any information that you would like to share about your college, including information on faculty, students, international guests who have recently visited your college, and related international educational activities. In addition, if any of your students or faculty have received international related scholarships or grants, please share that with CCIE so that we can publicly congratulate your students.
SANTA BARBARA SOCIAL MEDIA NETWORKS
The international student program at Santa Barbara City College as incorporating more social media and technology in an effort to recruit students for out college and better serve our current students. We are also working with various forms of media to better deliver information to our students. Of course we are using Facebook and Skype. We have tried Twitter with limited success. We have an active website and we are building up our YouTube site. We are also using simple videos for our students as well as much more sophisticated video tutorials using Camtasia. We are also working on using CCCConfer for recruiting. These are some of the tools we are using but I would be interested in seeing what other colleges are doing or getting together to collaborate on some best practices. Please contact Vida Forrest y Salazar to continue the dialogue. firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Gonzalez, from Chronicle of Higher Education Article on June 13, 2010: “Iraqi Refugees, Desperately Seeking English” profiles Cuyamaca College. The the area, the number of ESL students, at least 85% of whom are refugees from Iraq has triped since 2006. The problem is the economic budget crisis which is forcing to cut millions from the operating budget. As a community college, “Dr. Miles, the Chancellor” says it is in our fabric to meet the coummunity’s needs.” One strategy is to offer more noncredit ELS classes, increase credit class size. Still students are being turned away.
PLEASE SHARE INFORMATION ON STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS WITH ALL YOUR STUDENTS
Please share information on non-competing programs with your students. The following colleges need help a few extra students for the Winter 2010, and Spring 2011 programs.
North Orange County Community College District is now accepting applications for our Spring Semester, 2011 program in Berlin, Germany. Anyone interested can contact me for further information. Thank you. LeVonne Nelson, Faculty Coordinator, Study Abroad (email@example.com).
Cabrillo is hosting a program to Patagonia in Winter 2011:
Cabrillo is hosting a program to Firenze, Italy in Winter 2011:
GILMAN STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS: Fall 2010 & Summer 2010
California community colleges remain the leaders in the country for the number of Gilman Student Scholarships. For Fall 2010, of the 20 awards given to community colleges, 13 were given to California community colleges. Of these, seven awards went to colleges in the San Diego District. For Summer, 2010, none of the Gilman awards went to California community colleges. Each recipient received between $ 1,000 - $ 5,000.
Congratulations to the Fall 2010 Recipients
Matthew Deason. Citrus College. Studying in the United Kingdom
Casey Paredes. Cuyamaca College. Studying in Spain California
Caitlin Fonken. Lake Tahoe. Studying in Costa Rica
Antoinette Artukovich. Pasadena. Studying in Italy
Catherine Gilmore. Pasadena. Studying in Italy
Esteban Frausto. San Diego City. Studying in Argentina
Kirsten Graves. San Diego City. Studying in Argentina
Crystal Sanchez. San Diego City. Studying in Argentina
Leilani Tuiletufuga. San Diego City. Studying Argentina
Heather Uebel. San Diego City College. Studying in the United Kingdom
Lisa Whittington. San Diego City. Studying in Argentina
Freddy Lopez. San Diego Mesa. Studying in Argentina
Carlos Castaneda. Santa Rosa. Studying in the United Kingdom
GENERAL CCIE INFORMATION
UPDATE YOUR COLLEGES´ INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS ON CCIEWORLD.ORG
Please review the CCIE web-site to make sure that you college is accurately listed. The CCIE web-site includes information on all programs related to international education and highlights awards, grants, and other information to showcase your college. Please send any updates to Rosalind at firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange (NCDE)'s Web site
This web-site provides links to information about several initiatives including Foreign Language Programs, Community College Exchanges, and Diversity & Disability. The NCDE, administered by Mobility International USA and sponsored by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State, assists international exchange programs in the process of including people with disabilities in all types of international exchange programs. Visit: http://www.miusa.org/ncde.
SCHOLARSHIP UPDATES & DEADLINES
Visit the CCIE web-site section to view various scholarship opportunities for students studying abroad and for international students studying at California community colleges. Please send information on any scholarship that your students have been rewarded that assist them gain international literacy skills.
Check the web-site for deadlines for:
Note Special Scholarship Opportunities just for CCIE member colleges
- September 13-15: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and Institutional Management in Higher Education (IMHE) 2010 Biennial General Conference. “Higher Education in a World Changed Utterly: Doing More with Less"
OECD Conference Centre, Paris: www.oecd.org/edu/imhe/generalconference
- September 15-18: European Association for International Education (EAIE) Annual Conference “Making Knowledge Work” in Nantes, France
- October 12-15. Australian International Education Conference “Engaging for the Future” in Sydney, Australia : www.aiec.idp.com/program.aspx
- October 15 - 23: AACC Trip to China for Presidents and Vice-Presidents. For information contact Elaine Kontos at email@example.com
- October 20-23: ACCT 41st Annual Leadership Congress: “Community Colleges are Indispensable to Reinvigorating the Economy – Renewing our Commitment to Access, Excellence, and Student Success” in Ontario, Canada
- October 27-29. North American Council for Staff Program and Organizational Development (NCSPOD) Annual International Conference 2010 ““Many Faces, Many Voices – Learning & Development in a Change World” at Marriott Pinnacle Hotel, Downtown Vancouver BC Canada. Keynote Speaker, Angaangaq Angakkorsug, is an Eskimo-Kalaallit Elder from Greenland whose work is acclaimed in promoting interracial and intercultural harmony. For more information please visit: www.ncspod.org
- November 14-15. The 2010 World Congress – World Federation of Colleges and Polytechnics “Driving Global Recovery Through Education” in International Convention Centre, Birmingham, UK: www.aocmsevents.co.uk/wfcpworldcongress2010
- November 18.CCIE ANNUAL MEETING AT THE CCLC CONVENTION: Pasadena Convention Center
- March 28 - 31, 2011. Education Without Borders at the Higher Colleges of Technology in the United Arab Emirates. Www.ewb.ae
CCIE Corporate Sponsorship provided by:
BENEFITS OF COLLEGE & DISTRICT CCIE MEMBERSHIP
Members of full status are entitled to:
a) ability to vote in all elections and to enjoy other rights and privileges accord to all members; b) access of CCIE Website and inclusion of college / institution in Website; c) access to a collaborative network of community colleges who are devoted to international / intercultural education; d) access to CCIE thematic workshops at reduced rates (TBA); e) access to the CCIE International Negations Modules Project (INMP); f) access to technical assistance team on global competence and its development on community college campuses; g) eligibility for CCIE faculty and staff grants; h) eligibility for CCIE student scholarships; I) eligibility for officer positions; j) inclusion in CCIE annual reports that documents the individual activities of member colleges and which is shared with colleges and organizations throughout the state and nationally; k) inclusion of College in CCIE list-serve; l) participate in the annual business meeting; m) receipt of CCIE on-line monthly newsletter; n) receipt of the CCIE quarterly Directory of Study Abroad Programs; o) receipt to reports and publications prepared by CCIE experts; p) reduced CCIE conference fees.
CCIE Supporting Member for 2009 - 2010
As of September 1, CCIE Supporting Members for 2010 - 2011 are: Citrus; Coast District; Contra Costa District; Glendale; Los Angeles District; Los Rios District; Ohlone; Peralta District; San Francisco; Santa Barbara; Sequoias; State Center CCD.
Thank you all for processing 10/11 dues, especially during these economically challenging times.
CCIE dues help support our activities such as the Newsletter, Web-Page, Workshops, and Student Scholarships and Faculty Grants. CCIE gives each of you our sincere thanks for your continued support for CCIE.
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