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Graduate Global Educators

College of Education (CED) Global Educators serve as an extension of the College’s Global Programs office as a means to increase cultural awareness and global engagement among College of Education students. CED Global Educators also work to educate themselves and the College community about the value of global experiences. They engage in global  experiences both domestic and abroad and create innovative programming highlighting their global encounters for CED students, faculty and staff.

Selected Global Educators are required to attend global programming, reflect on what they learned through their global encounters and describe how to engage more CED students, faculty and staff in global experiences and and create and execute global events.  Please find below a sample of the events and programming selected participants are required to participate in.  This list is subject to change as new events and opportunities become available.  Students are also required to take a pre & post cross cultural competency assessment.

Part I : Educating the Self 

Global Film Series (minimum of 2 times)

International Fellowships Research & Meeting with Advisor (minimum of 2 times)

Developing Cultural Competence Student Certificate Program – Spring Semester

Part II: Engaging Locally 

English Conversation Club (minimum of 2 times) or International Buddies Program

Interview a Study Abroad Returnee

Chat with a Former Fulbright Grantee or International Fellowships Grantee

Global Tea & Coffee – IEM Event

Part III: Engaging Globally

Study Abroad (Summer 2020)

Blog Posts/Reflection

Social Media Posts/Marketing Efforts

Part IV: Educating the College

Create Global Grad Chats in the Grad Lounge (pair/trio & create monthly events)

Speak to prospective students at information sessions and tables at international events

Represent College of Education Global Programs at the Study Abroad Fair

Think and Do in 2: Global Storytelling Competition – IEM Event

Create and execute a Signature event in CED for International Education Month

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For students planning to study abroad in Summer 2020

1st Hire Dates: Jan 11, 2020 - Apr 17, 2020 = $1000
2nd Hire Dates: Aug 26, 2020 - Dec 1, 2020 = $500
(Approximate Dates Subject to Change till the hire is processed)


Deadline to Apply: Friday, November 15th, 2019, 5:00pm EST

Decision Date: Early December 2019