International Faculty Opportunities. Presented by: Andrea Insley, Ed.D. District Coordinator, International Programs. Presentation Topics. International Faculty Development Grant Application Fulbright Teacher Exchange Program International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX)
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Andrea Insley, Ed.D.
District Coordinator, International Programs
• SCCD Study Abroad Policies
• SCCD Linkages: Institutions Abroad
• Faculty Exchange Information: Models, Tips, and Sample Forms
DEADLINE: MARCH 1
Send your application to:
2 SA 102
Grant will not Exceed $1,250 and recipients are eligible
for a new grant every 3 years.
General Eligibility Requirements:
IREX is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting advanced field research and professional training programs between the United States and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, Ukraine, Central Asia, the Caucasus, Eurasia, China, and comparable contiguous societies.
CIEE – Council on International Educational Exchange—provides 1-2 week intensive overseas programs for U.S. faculty and administrators.
Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad Program – Instructors/Administrators in the Humanities, World Languages and Social Sciences with 3 years full-time experience in the District can apply for a funded 4-6 week professional development trip abroad.
Designed to provide short-term academic opportunities (2 to 6 weeks) for U.S. faculty and professionals.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and peer review of applications is conducted 8 times per year.
Under the Scholar-in-Residence (SIR) Program, interested institutions or consortia submit proposals to invite scholars to teach one or more courses and to be in residence for a semester or an academic year.
SCCD International Programs Website:
SCCD faculty organize study abroad trips to a variety of destinations. If you are a faculty member and would like to organize a study abroad trip for the SCCD, please contact Andrea Insley, District Coordinator, International Programs or call 206 587-3899 for details and a proposal packet.
Deadline is Nov 30 for activities the following summer.
The Seattle Community Colleges is sponsoring a Health Care Project in Belize from August 19-September 3rd through PRO WORLD.
Make a Difference in the World This Summer!
Visit the website to learn about the program and scroll to the bottom to read about the types of volunteer projects for participants with all levels of skills at the La Loma Luz Hospital, Belize Family Life Association and Ministry of Health: http://www.proworldsc.org/sccd/ . An optional 3-5 credit Cooperative Education Course is available. Click here for more information on ITL197.
For more information, contact:
Mary Sitterley, Nursing Coordinator, North Seattle Community College [email protected]
Andrea Insley, District Coordinator of International Programs [email protected]
Faculty are encouraged to utilize the Fulbright Programs for short and longer term exchanges.