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CASE Applications are Open

We are delighted to announce that the CASE: Community, Activism, and Social Entrepreneurship Program is now accepting applicants for our very first cohort. This program is exclusively for students at 2-year institutions or students seeking 2-year non-baccalaureate degrees at 4-year institutions.

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Most international students want to stay in the U.S.

FWD.us, the pro-immigration,bipartisan lobbying group, has released a new report on international students that show most of them (73%) would like to stay in the U.S. following graduation, with more than a third (38%) wishing to stay for four years or more.

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CCIE Moving Forward: Celebrating our Member Colleges

CCIE is creating a Celebration to Moving Forward platform for the CCIE web-site that celebrates the work done by our Member Colleges. Information will share current and future programs, activities, and awards. Please share any unique programs that your college offers. Please send your response to Rosalind Raby at rabyrl@aol.com 

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CCIE-EA Working Group (Minutes and Next Meeting)

CCIE members have been meeting virtually to talk about issues related to education abroad. The next Education Abroad Working Group will be held October 20, 2022 from 4:00 – 5:00. ALL CCIE members are welcome to attend. Please email Rosalind for the ZOOM invitation (rabyrl@aol.com)

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French Embassy Community College Program

The French Embassy will organize an online French for Professional Purposes training for teachers of French in Community Colleges. https://frenchhighereducation.org/french-for-professional-purposes/workshops/10997-introduction-methodology-french-specific This training is a hands-on

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Fulbright Applicant Webinars

As the deadlines approach for Fulbright applications for the 2023-24 program year, the IIE Fulbright team is holding frequent webinars addressing questions for applicants and

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