CCIE Newsletter
Vol. 6, no. 1 September 2007

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In This Issue:

CCIE ACTIVITIES, MEETING & OTHER IMPORTANT DATES INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION - GENERAL INFORMATION INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CORNER COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS GENERAL CCIE INFORMATION
CCIE DUES FOR 2007-2008

CCIE wants to remind all our members that it is important to pay your 2007-2008 dues promptly. 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 Faculty Grants. At the end of this newsletter is a list of all the colleges that were current with their 2006-2007 dues and those colleges that are current with their 2007-2008 dues as of September 1, 2007. CCIE gives each of you our sincere thanks for your continued support for CCIE.

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CCIE Annual Meeting: Nov. 15 at the CCLC Conference at the San Jose Fairmont Hotel

CCIE will hold our annual meeting at the CCLC conference on November 15, 10:00 - 12:30 at the San Jose Fairmont Hotel. The meeting will be held in collaboration with NCAGE (Northern California Advocates for Global Education). This is a free event.

  • 8:30 - 10:00      General Business meeting which is open to everyone.
  • 10:00 - 10:15    Wine Raffle.
  • 10:15 - 10:30    Welcome to CCIE and Introduction of New Officers.
  • 10:30 - 11:15    Special speaker will be Provost Carmen Sigler, San Jose State University.
  • 11:15 - 12:00    Roundtable discussion led by Chris McCarthy (Napa Valley); Chui Tsang (Santa Monica); Edward Valeau (Hartnell, Emeritus); and Marylin Cheung (DeAnza).
  • 12:00 - 1:00     General Discussion.
  • 1:00 - 2:00       NCAGE Board Meeting.

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CCIE WELCOMES NEW BOARD MEMBERS

CCIE Welcomes members for the 2007 - 2010 Board.
President: Chris McCarthy (Napa Valley)
Treasurer: Doug Treadway (Ohlone)
Vice-Presidents, North: Helen Benjamin (Contra Costa) and Marilyn Chueng (DeAnza)
Vice-Presidents, South: Chui Tsang (Santa Monica) and Michael Mandelkern (Orange Coast)
Vice-President, Special Initiates: Zepur Solakian
Please feel free to contact any of these individuals for information on committee work

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POCCSA GRANT UPDATES

CCIE was awarded an IFSA Foundation Grant to help further access to community college study abroad semester-length programs in California. We are now in the 2nd of the three-year grant, Providing Opportunities to Community College Study Abroad (POCCSA) includes:

  1. institutional seed-money for the creation and/or augmentation of semester-length programs especially for non-traditional students in non-traditional locations and in non-traditional disciplines.
  2. student scholarships that will provide financial support for students who want to study abroad. Thirty-Two scholarship will be awarded over the three-year period.
  3. Dissemination of Standards of Best Practice

4th and FINAL Cycle Institutional Grants: There will be one final competition which will have a duedate of September 28. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to support your Study Abroad programs. For Institutional Grant criteria and application, please visit the CCIE webpage at www.ccieworld.org Only CCIE member colleges who are current with their dues will be eligible to participate in either competition.

4th Cycle Student Scholarships: Scholarships range from $ 250 - $ 1500 and are available for students participating in a CCIE member college semester-or quarter length program. For Student Scholarship criteria and application, please visit the CCIE webpage at www.ccieworld.org The Fall 2007 Student Scholarship Competition duedate is October 22.

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CCIE WELCOMES NEW SPONSOR: DIVERSITYABROAD.COM

Diversity Abroad was founded in 2006 to ensure that all students are aware and have equal access to study and travel abroad opportunities. The mission of Diversity Abroad is to increase minority students’ participation in study and travel abroad programs. By educating students and promoting the benefits of study and travel abroad programs, Diversity Abroad increases student’s awareness and interest in pursuing such programs. DiversityAbroad.com goal is to boost the number of minority and low-income students who participate in study abroad. The Diversityabroad.com resource center shares information and opportunities on education abroad. In early 2007, Diversity Abroad launched the Diversity Abroad Initiative. The Diversity Abroad Initiative (DAI) is a member-based alliance between Diversity Abroad, colleges, universities, education abroad program providers and public and private organizations interested in education abroad. In conjunction with the DAI, Diversity Abroad provides scholarships to students going abroad, and participates in on-campus outreach to make students, parents and faculty more aware of the benefits and opportunities of education abroad. Together members of the DAI contribute to and support the goals of Diversity Abroad. DiversityAbroad.com is the first online resource center dedicated to increasing the number of minority students who participate in educational experiences abroad. Adding your program to the DiversityAbroad.com directory will play an integral part in increasing the awareness of study abroad and other education abroad opportunities for minority and low income students. CCIE listings will now also be listed on DiversityAbroad.Com

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CCIE STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS FOR SUMMER PROGRAMS

CCIE is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2007 CCIE-STA/ISIC Student Scholarships. A total of 9 applications were received and CCIE was able to fund 5 students with scholarships of $ 340 each. Funding for this Scholarship competition was made possible by STA/ISIC Card. As more CCIE students purchase the ISIC card with the CCIE stamp, the more money we will have in this fund in the future. Congratulations to all the Scholarship Recipients

  • Ruth Castillo       studying on the Mt. San Antonio program in Italy
  • Ruth Falade       studying on the Siskioyus program in Spain
  • Tammika Fergurson    studying on the Long Beach program in Ghana
  • Clara Gaitan       studying on the Glendale program in Italy
  • Melinda Quesenberry     studying on the Long Beach program in Ghana

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POCCSA 3rd CYCLE INSTITUTIONAL GRANTS ANNOUNCED:

CCIE is please to announce the recipients of the 3rd POCCSA Institutional Grant Competition. A total of 2 applications were received and both were funded. Congratulations to all institutional recipients:

  • San Diego City College. Will design a semester abroad program to Argentina for a three-course program that will include the social sciences and Spanish language.
  • Sierra College. Will design a semester abroad program to Argentina for a program on Earth Science/Geology and Communications.

Thanks to committee members: Nancy Wolfe, San Jose College and Rosemary Swade, El Camino College

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POCCSA STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS ANNOUNCED:

CCIE is please to announce the recipients of the 3rd POCCSA Student Scholarship Competition. Students who attended CCIE member colleges who are current with their dues and were planning to participate in a study abroad program were eligible to apply. A total of 42 applications were received. The following students were awarded scholarships ranging from $ 500 to $ 1,100. Congratulations to all students.

  • John Harris Crafton Hills College Program in London
  • David Jacobsen Butte College Program in Costa Rica
  • Kelsey Hercs Santa Rosa College Program in London
  • Judy Davis Butte College Program in Costa Rica
  • Tiprin Lugan Rio Hondo College Program in London
  • Wendy Higuera Rio Hondo College Program in London
  • Socorro Hinojosa Rio Hondo College Program in London
  • Tara Dryden Santa Rosa College Program in London
  • Helene Veldman San Bernardino College Program in London
  • Karla Martinez San Diego City Program in London
  • Dresden Fenn Riverside College Program in Italy
  • Angelica Cruz Riverside College Program in Italy

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CCIE - CULTURAL EXPERIENCES ABROAD SCHOLARSHIP AWARD ANNOUNCED

CCIE is pleased to announce the recipient of the Fall Semester 2007 Cultural Experience Abroad Student Scholarship. Joseph Baek from San Diego City College has been awarded $ 1,000 to participate on the CEA program in France. Congratulations ! For additional information on future CEA programs, or on the CCIE-Cultural Experiences Abroad 2008 Scholarship - please visit http://www.gowithcea.com/ or contact Colleen Miller at colleen.miller@gowithcea.com.

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ISIC CARD ORDER FORM ON CCIE WEB-PAGE

CCIE is pleased to announce a direct link on our web-page to have your students or faculty order a STA Travel ISIC card (International Student Identity Card) with the CCIE stamp: www.ccieworld.org/saprograms

  • Income generated from the purchase of the cards will go directly into a STA Travel / CCIE Scholarship fund. CCIE member colleges whose students participate in this program will have 1st right to these funds.
  • If you are going to have your students order an ISIC card, please make sure it is one with the CCIE stamp so that we can add to our scholarship fund for the future.
  • Provide information to your students in your program information packages, program application, other registration materials and at orientation / information meetings.
If you need ISIC card applications with the CCIE stamp, go directly to :www.ccieworld.org/saprograms or contact Stuart Walker swalker@statravel.com with the number of applications that you need and they will be mailed directly to you for information meetings, orientations, pre-departure meetings.

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CCIE-KOREA STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP FOR FALL SEMESTER 2007 ANNOUNCED

CCIE is pleased to announce the recipients of the Fall Semester 2007 CCIE-Korea Scholarships. All 6 applicants were awarded full scholarships to study for a semester in Korea. Congratulations to all :

  • Shannon Costa (Shasta College)
  • Atousa Farahani (Mission College)
  • Matthew Gzowski (West Valley College)
  • Andrea Keldrauk (El Camino College)
  • Caleb Scroggins (Shasta College)
  • Jonathan Sharp (Shasta College)

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FULL SCHOLARSHIPS TO STUDY IN KOREA FOR SPRING SEMESTER 2008

CCIE announces the Spring 2008 Student Scholarships to study in Soonchunhyang University in Korea. These scholarships for only for students from CCIE member colleges who are current with their dues. The scholarship includes the following: Tuition; airfare (up to $ 800); room/board; weekly living expense support of 150,000 W (approximately $ 125). Students depart in early March and return in mid-June and will take courses in Korean Language, Culture, Business and Korean/American Relations. In addition, students will spend 15 hours per week in the “cultural and language ambassador” program in which they converse with Korean students studying at Soonchunhyang University and share cultural information. Academic credits offered by Soonchunhyang University. Students DO NOT NEED TO KNOW ANY KOREAN TO APPLY.

This is not a group study abroad program, but rather an individually designed program and as such, medical insurance must be obtained privately by an international insurance provider before arrival on campus. Soonchunhyang University was founded in 1978 and offers undergraduate programs in 5 colleges. The university is located on Central West Coast of South Korea, and is located nearby famous resort destinations and cultural attractions. For more information on Soonchunhyang University, visit: http://www.english.sch.ac.kr For a SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION, please e-mail Rosalind Raby at rabyrl@aol.com APPLICATIONS ARE DUE OCTOBER 15

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CCIE AND THE SCHOLAR SHIP DIVERSITY GRANTS

The Scholar Ship and CCIE are pleased to announce a new Diversity Grants for CCIE students who will attend The Scholar Ship September 2007 or January 2008 voyages. Scholarships will range from $ 2,500 - $ 10,000. Students must attend a CCIE member college that is current with their dues. Watch for announcements on the 1st set of CCIE Student Scholarship Recipients! The Scholar Ship is committed to ensuring its student body and staff are as diverse as possible. To make certain it achieves the socio-economic and geographic objectives of its student diversity goals, it has established a generous scholarship fund to help make this opportunity a reality for everyone. Through CCIE, The Scholar Ship is awarding scholarships of up to $10,000 for the September inaugural voyage and the January 2008 voyage of The Scholar Ship exclusively to students from CCIE Member Colleges. Scholarships will be awarded to students with a demonstrated record of academic achievement and community leadership. Interested students meeting this criteria may complete a Letter of Interest and essay, describing how their participation onboard The Scholar Ship will be of benefit to them and prepare them for their future career.

About The Scholar Ship:The Scholar Ship is a semester-long academic program aboard a dedicated passenger ship that traverses the globe as an oceangoing campus. Students and staff from around the world come together to form a transnational learning community designed to develop their intercultural competence and leadership skills. The Scholar Ship is an international education initiative developed in collaboration with seven international universities and a host of multinational organizations. The program's Consortium of Academic Stewards collaborates on the quality oversight and accreditation of all academic offerings and standards. Academic programs offered by The Scholar Ship meet the same quality standards as those on the campuses of the Consortium's member institutions: Al Akhawayn University (Morocco), Cardiff University (UK), Fudan University (China), Macquarie University (Australia), Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico), University of California, Berkeley (USA), and University of Ghana (G ana).

How to Apply: Scholarships will be awarded to students with a demonstrated record of academic achievement and community leadership. Interested students meeting this criteria may complete a Letter of Interest and essay, describing how their participation onboard The Scholar Ship will be of benefit to them and prepare them for their future career. Each award will be contingent on the student's admittance to The Scholar Ship program. For more information and to access the Letter of Interest form, please visit: http://www.ccieworld.org/tssgrant.html/ Contact Information: Belinda Yanda, West Coast Institutional Relations Manager Tel: +1 410.962.7344 ext. 39 or 1 410 864-8324 Email: BYanda@TheScholarship.com, Website: http://www.thescholarship.com

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INMP INTERNATIONALIZING CURRICULUM WORKSHOP AT WHITTIER COLLEGE

All Faculty and Administrators are invited to participate in the 2007 INMP workshop on Friday, November 9 (9:00 - 5:00) & Saturday , November 10 (8:00 - 11:00) at Whittier College in Southern California. Lunch and a continental breakfast is included on both days. This is a free workshop. The INMP is a 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/ Since all negotiations take place on-line, it also integrates technology in an meaningful way. 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. Each classroom can also negotiates from the point of view of either government or a non-governmental organization (NGOs) that is affiliated with that country, for example Green peace, Amnesty International, Technology Unions, etc. 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. The overall benefits of the INMP program is that students become better prepared for the workplace or transfer to four-year institutions because of what they have learned about the world around them. Moreover, students learn to use computer technology in inea meaningful way as a tool to support the substance of the course. Finally, as students work in groups, the program also prepares them for the experiences that many of them will encounter in the work place after they graduate. For additional information, please contact Rosalind at rabyrl@aol.comrabyrl@aol.com

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INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK 2007 INFORMATION REQUESTS

International Education Week is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. This joint initiative of the US Department of State and the US Department of Education is part of our effort to promote programs that prepare Americans for a global environment and attract future leaders from abroad to study, learn, and exchange experiences in the United States. Please send to CCIE examples of what you are planning to do for International Education Week 2007. We will be happy to post it on our web-site.

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AWAY JOURNAL HIGHLIGHTS COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES GOING ABROAD

The sixth online issue of A World Awaits You (AWAY), published by Mobility International USA and the National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange, highlights Community College Students with Disabilities who are Going Abroad. “Focusing on Community College Students with Disabilities Going Abroad and International Students Arriving on Your Campus” includes a discussion by international educators at community colleges as they share their experiences advising students with disabilities going on study abroad programs or coming from overseas to study on their campuses. This web-based, cross-disability journal describes successful experiences, lessons learned, and frequently asked questions, such as: a) What would make study abroad accessible to community college students?; b) Are international students covered by U.S. disability laws?; c) How do I accommodate students with disabilities going abroad or coming from abroad?; d) What are the issues specific to community colleges? and e) How is disility perceived and access conceived in other countries? Several CCIE member colleges are featured in this article. This issue is available online at: http://www.miusa.org/ncde/away NCDE is administered by Mobility International USA and sponsored by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State.

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STUDYABROADFUNDING.ORG : INCREASE STUDY ABROAD PARTICIPATION BY UNDERREPRESENTED GROUPS

The Institute for International Education (IIE) announces an online directory StudyAbroadFunding.org to help increase diversity in study abroad. In addition to the traditional country and field of study search options, award entries are now searchable by categories such as race and ethnicity, gender, and selections for student leaders and athletes, low-income students, students with disabilities and a variety of other designations. http://www.studyabroadfunding.org

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DAAD'S INFORMATION TOUR TO GERMANY FOR PHYSICS AND PHYSICAL SCIENCE FAULTY

DAAD invites senior faculty and administrators to join DAAD's information tour to Germany: "Physics in Germany: New Developments in Research, Interdisciplinary Cooperation, Higher Education and Industrial Application" December 2 to December 8, 2007.
The visit will focus on current developments of science in Germany, addressing various aspects of higher education, research funding, interdisciplinary cooperation and industrial application. Special attention will be given to scientific developments in the field of physics, thus making the participation especially rewarding for physicists. Participants will learn about current research at the various institutions, and will meet with possible future partners in research and student exchange. As part of the program, visits have been planned to universities, research institutions, and companies in Darmstadt, Frankfurt, Kaiserslautern, Karlsruhe, Stuttgart and Munich. The program will be in English.
All program-related costs in Germany (accommodations, travel, most meals) will be borne by the DAAD. Intercontinental travel is at the participants’ expense. Applications must be received by September 30, 2007.
For more information and the application form, please visit www.daad.org/page/sciencevisit/ or contact Uta Gaedeke at gaedeke@daad.org

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NEW PUBLICATION ON COMMUNITY COLLEGE INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION

Ed Valeau and I are proud to announce a new publication on Community College International Education that is part of the New Directions for Community College Series that we edited. International Reform Efforts and Challenges in Community Colleges New Directions for Community Colleges Series: Jossey-Bass Publishers, Number 138 - Summer 2007. Edited by Edward Valeau and Rosalind Latiner Raby Included Chapters are by Madeleine Green, George Boggs and Judith Irwin, Mark David Milliron, Donald Dellow, Linda Korbel, Rosalind Latiner Raby, Holly Emert and Diane Pearson, Ryan Wells, Jacob Ng and Leon Richards and Robert Franco. For more information, please visit:http://www.josseybass.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-0470176881.html

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AACC FALL RECRUITMENT FAIRS

AACC Announces their Fall Recuirtment Fairs, September 26 - October 10 to Vietnam, China and South Korea. For information on cost and itinerary visit www.aacc.nche.edu/RecruitmentFairs

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AACC-College Board Community College Toolkit for International Recruitment

AACC-College Board announce the 5th annual Community College Toolkit for International Recruitment (for both experienced and new international student recruiters). Dallas, Texas on January 28-29, 2008. Registration materials will be available in September. Registration fee is $295.

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“BRANDING COMMUNITY COLLEGES ABROAD”

The July 26, 2007 Inside Higher Education included an article on Community College International Student Programs “‘Branding’ Community Colleges Abroad”. Several CCIE member colleges were positively portrayed in this article by Elizabeth Redden. For the complete article visit:http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2007/06/26/diversity
The article makes the following key points:

  • There are more community colleges and colleges in general that are actively recruiting international students. As such, armchair-type recruiting and relying on location - is not enough
  • AACC supports colleges with recruitment fairs and advocacy on the 2+2 transfer option, on the community college as a viable institution
  • Only 800 of the 1200 community colleges nationwide are certified to host exchange students
  • Housing is a big issue - only 270 community colleges offer on-campus housing (College of Siskiyous is one example)
  • The article quotes Elana Garate (SMC) as stating the importance of picking and choosing recruitment fairs, online forums and the ability to give students services such as Intensive English, academic advising, finding housing assistance
  • Urban colleges can recruit within own city - work with local international communities
  • Need to invest with money from tuition - invest in both campus facility improvement and in recruitment (which run about $ 12,000 per person attending) and general on-campus support. All investment can be recouped if just a couple of students enroll in the college
  • Garate shows a $ 2 million investment at SMC resulted in $ 14 million dividends from tuition and international student fees

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CCIE COLLEGE SPOTLIGHTS

Spotlights on CCIE member colleges will be provided in future Updates. Please send any information that you would like to share about your college, including information on any international guests who have recently visited your college and related international educational activities to Rosalind. In addition, if any of your students or faculty has received international related scholarships or grants, please share that with CCIE so that we can publicly congratulate your students.

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CCIE Member Colleges which Received Institutional Grants for 2006-2007



San Diego City College

Sierra College

Butte College (2 awards)
Crafton Hills
El Camino College
Glendale College
Long Beach City College (2 awards)
Mission College
Monterey Peninsula (2 awards)
Mt. San Antonio College
Rio Hondo College (3 awards)
Riverside College (2 awards)
Sacramento City (2 awards)
San Bernardino College
San Diego City College (2 awards)
San Francisco (2 awards)
Santa Rosa College (2 awards)
Shasta College (3 awards)
Siskioyus College
West Valley College

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CCIE Member Colleges whose Students Have Received Gilman Scholarships

420 students were selected from the 1,422 applications submitted. This group of Gilman Alumni for the Fall 2007/AY 2007-2008 cycle represent undergraduate students from over 225 colleges and universities in 49 states, plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Below are the recipients from CCIE member Colleges. Congratulations to all !


Fall 2007 Recipients
  • Judy Davis - Butte
  • Eliza Dunster - Mira Costa
  • John Harris - Citrus
  • Lugan Tripian - Rio Hondo
  • Bianca Shilling - CCSF

Spring 2007 Recipients
  • Kathleen O’Brien Santa Rosa
  • Yaffa Meiners CCSF
  • Scott Routh San Diego City
  • Doug Closter San Diego City

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UPDATE YOUR COLLEGES’ INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS ON WWW.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 rabyrl@aol.com

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SCHOLARSHIP UPDATES

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:
Gilman Awards: www.iie.org/gilman
Freeman Scholarships: www.iie.org/freeman-asia
Awards up to $ 7000 to study in Asia
Summer program deadline: March 7
Fall Semester program deadline: April 4
Spring Semester program deadline: Oct. 17
Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad Program www.ed.gov/programs/iegpssap/index.html
Bridging Scholarships for Study in Japan www.colorado.edu/ealld/atj/Bridging/scholarships.htm
DAAD Group Study Visit to Germany www.daad.org/?p=groupvisits

Note Special Scholarship Opportunities just for CCIE member colleges

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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • November 15 - CCIE Annual Meeting: At CCLC Convention San Jose Fairmont Hotel
  • November 1 - 9 - NAFSA Region XII Conference. San Francisco
  • November 9-10: INMP Internationalizing Curriculum Workshop at Whittier College
  • February 22 -2 6: CCID Conference: Long Beach
  • March 18 - 22: Comparative and International Education Society Conference: New York City
  • April 2 - 4: Forum Conference: Boston
  • May 25 - 30: NAFSA Conference: Washington DC

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CCIE Corporate Sponsorship provided by:

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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.

MEMBER COLLEGES THAT ARE CURRENT WITH 2006-2007 DUES AS OF June 1
Allan Hancock; Butte; Cabrillo; Cerritos; Chabot-Los Positas; Chaffey; Citrus; Cost District; Copper Mountain; Foothill/DeAnza District; Glendale; Hartnell; Lake Tahoe; LACCD (ELAC; LACC; LAPC; LAHC; LAVC); Los Rios District; Mt. San Antonio; Mt. San Jacinto; Monterey Peninsula; Napa Valley; North Orange Co. District; Ohlone; Peralta District; Riverside; San Diego District; San Francisco; San Jose/Evergreen District; Santa Barbara; Santa Clarita District; Santa Monica; Santa Rosa; Shasta; Sierra; Siskiyous; Solano; Southwestern; State Center District; West Valley/Mission CCD

MEMBER COLLEGES CURRENT WITH 2007-2008 DUES AS OF September 1
Cabrillo; Contra Costa District; College of the Desert; Hartnell; Ohlone; Marin; Rio Hondo; San Bernardino; Santa Barbara; Santa Rosa; State Center District; West Valley-Mission District



Please Support CCIE With Your Active Participation!

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