Special Event Speakers
For special event speakers, request representatives from:
U.S. Department of State
Call 202.647.8411 or 202.647.7129. Also check out the State Department Careers website.
Register your request on the World Wise Schools website or, for further assistance, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Council for International Visitors
Invite international visitors into your classroom or host them for a home-stay in a real American home.
International exchange participants, their host employers, and Cultural Vistas staff speak on the cross-cultural experience, specific career options, and globalization. Send requests to email@example.com.
Articles About Community Colleges
ACE Mapping Internationalization on U.S. Campuses 2012
The only comprehensive source of data on internationalization in all sectors of U.S. higher education, this series of surveys includes information on two- and four-year and public and private degree granting institutions.
Dr. Bill Path, President of Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology
This video highlights the perspective of an AACC member president on the importance of international education for community college graduates. Also a member of the AACC Commission on Global Education, Dr. Path is an advocate and articulate spokesperson on the importance of producing community college graduates that are both globally competent and globally competitive.
U.S. Global Competence: A 21st Century Imperative
This video makes the case that U.S. global competence in the 21st century is not a luxury, but a necessity. Whether engaging the world, or our culturally diverse homeland, the United States' future success will rely on the global competence of our people. Global competence must become part of the core mission of education—from K-12 through graduate school.
Global Competence of the U.S. Workforce
This video features Michael Dunne, managing director of JD Power Associates Asia, Shanghai, China, who describes, from personal experience, the crucial importance of international education and global competence for U.S. business and industry.