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The Student as a ‘Global Citizen’ A case study, Griffith University Ms Stephanie Jackson. What is a 'Global Citizen’?. ‘Global Competency’ is about having skills and knowledge… . h owever it’s more than being ‘globally competent’ . Global Citizens are….

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‘Global Competency’ is about having skills and knowledge…

however it’s more than being ‘globally competent’

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Global Citizens are…..

empowered by the understanding of interdependence and having a sense of social responsibility

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Global Citizens are socially responsible on a day to day basis in their respective communities… regardless of where they are in the world.

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Griffith’s Community Internship: 3002GIH
  • A minimum 50 hour community-based project with an non-government or community organisation
  • An enriching and reflective experience focusing on equalizing disadvantage and supporting the environment
  • Aims to transform students and provide ‘Reason and Purpose’
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Griffith’s Community Internship: 3002GIH
  • Over 450 placements in Brisbane and the Gold Coast
  • Program tailored to the student: they choose what type of internship placement they want
  • No additional fee for students to participate
  • Available to Study Abroad students

http://www.griffith.edu.au/learning-teaching/teaching-and-learning/service-learning

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Community Internship Examples

  • Sport and Recreation Worker
      • To assist in the delivery of sport and recreation programs for people with a disability.
  • Marketing and Fundraising Officer
    • To research grants and sponsorship for the impending Community Carrols Event held in Christmas.
  • Education Film Designer
    • Education films which are available online via this company’s website to provide information for parents and students in areas such as bullying and homesickness
  • Community Nutrition Project Officer
    • To undertake a project management process which will research, consult, design and deliver a nutrition information session for Somali mothers and children.
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Academic Learning

&

Volunteering

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&

any discipline

any academic grades

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The Community Internship was the best thing I've done in my life! It broadened my social conscience, I saw how my actions make a real impact on a child's life, and it influenced my career. It opened my eyes to inclusive practice which is now a life-long commitment for my personal and professional life.

Phillip Poulton, Bachelor of Music (Southbank)

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Griffith Innocence Project
  • Griffith University Innocence Project is committed to freeing innocent persons who have been wrongly convicted.
  • Elective course for Griffith Law students
  • Pro-bono project
  • By working to correct failures in our criminal justice system, we will foster an Australian legal culture that champions the defence of the innocent and protect the marginalised
  • The Project invests in lawyersof the future whouphold the values of truth in justice.

“Freedom is something that can be taken for granted. Until it is taken away.” - Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter

http://www.griffith.edu.au/criminology-law/innocence-project

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Griffith’s MBA
  • Have sense??

Focuses on:

  • Responsible & ethical leadership
  • Sustainable business practices
  • Global orientation
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Griffith’s MBA
  • Have sense??

Rankings:

  • #1 in Australia
  • # 26 in the world
    • in the Aspen Institute's Centre for Business Education's: Beyond Grey Pinstripes
    • for responsible leadership, sustainable business practices

http://www.griffith.edu.au/business-government/master-business-administration

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Be Different

… and make a difference in the world.

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How are you developing the next generation of Global Citizens?

REFERENCES

Hollister, R., & Gearan, M., Moving Beyond the Ivory Tower, Forum Summer 2013, pg 11 – 13, 2013

Lawrence, R.,Understanding Generation G, AIEC Conference Presentation, October 2013

Ouyang, G. & McAlpine, S., Global Competency is not enough, Forum Summer 2013, pg09 – 10, 2013