How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 1 How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer A Resource Guide to Accompany the October 10, 2011 teleclass. By Cate Brubaker & Missy Gluckmann How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 2 Table of Contents 3 | Working as an Intercultural Trainer: Roles, Romanticizing & Reality 7 | Intercultural Training Self-Assessment 8 | How to Get Started as an Intercultural Trainer 9 | Action Plan 10 | Resources 25 | Graduate Programs How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 3 Working as an Intercultural Trainer: Roles, Romanticizing & Reality Role Independent intercultural trainer Romanticizing Your own business You’re in control of your offerings, hours, rates, curriculum, training methods, schedule, and who you (don’t) work with Travel to exciting places around the world You choose partnerships and collaborations Lots of vacation time Work from home Virtual training (train in your PJs!) Reality You are responsible for everything: website design & upkeep, marketing, finances, taxes, travel logistics, setting prices, finding clients, paying health insurance, sending invoices, prof. dev., etc. Significant amount of time working alone Inconsistent income Can take months to develop relationship with clients You may do half the work before you get paid Client schedules may not mesh with your schedules Could be a lot of travel Virtual: time zone challenges challenges Good if you… Want to build a business Like the unknown Are ok with risk Prefer freedom to stability Like the challenge of marketing and finding clients Want to hire/manage staff Like to work alone How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 4 Contract intercultural trainer Company finds clients for you You don’t have to do marketing, create curriculum or training methods Work for established, well-known, respected companies Work with companies and business leaders around the world May work remotely or from home Flexibility Travel Companies tend to work primarily with experienced trainers You are responsible for taxes & benefits Pay is often significantly less than if you worked directly with the client May involve frequent travel May only see inside of hotel conference room May not be able to plan your training schedule May not be able to choose clients Often little room for your own creativity in terms of content and methods May have little contact with colleagues Have training experience Are moving towards starting your own business but don’t have any clients Want to supplement income Don’t want to spend time on marketing and finding clients Are flexible and spontaneous Are looking for a part-time work How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 5 Full-time trainer within a company or university/ college Full-time work Benefits Wteady, predictable paycheck Primary focus on training Work with colleagues/on team Office environment May include travel Intercultural training may only be a small part of your training work Positions are few and typically only in very large corporations or universities that have training departments Are often viewed as “nice to have” positions and could be the one of the first positions to be eliminated Possible travel Possible virtual training Want to develop yourself as a trainer Enjoy an office environment with colleagues Prefer a steady paycheck, benefits Develop your current position into one that includes intercultural training Keep the position, colleagues, pay, organization, seniority, benefits you like Continue doing the aspects of your job that you love You may get to engage in intercultural trainingrelated professional development You may need to be at your job for a while before you can pitch intercultural training You may (at least initially) have to do some or all of your intercultural training work on your own time Your boss may simply say no Want to keep your current position See a need in your organization for intercultural training Have a boss who’s open to the idea How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 6 Do intercultural training part-time in addition to your current job You keep the job you enjoy, income, benefits, etc. You choose the clients you work with, set your own rates, schedule, etc. Make some extra money You’re responsible for finding clients, marketing, business finances, training preparation, etc. Your employer might not allow “moonlighting” You may need to work nights and weekends You may feel like you’re working two jobs and burn out Are thinking about building a business It’s impossible to build intercultural training into your current position You just want to do intercultural training a couple times a year How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 7 Intercultural Training Self-Assessment What an intercultural trainer needs Intercultural Experience Intercultural Competence Professional Experience Education & Certifications Training Experience What I have… What I need… Where I can get it… How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 8 How to Get Started as an Intercultural Trainer 1. Determine your niche 2. Assess your interests, skills, knowledge & experiences 3. Identify your growth areas 4. Engage in professional development 5. Read 6. Network 7. Find a training mentor 8. Join a professional organization 9. Start training 10. Get feedback How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 9 Action Plan What are 3 Action Steps you can take in the next couple weeks to move you towards the intercultural training career you dream of? Action Step #1: ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Action Step #2: ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Action Step #3: ____________________________________________________________________________________________ How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 10 Resources Blogs, organizations, academic journals, training tools, and more. ‘absolutely intercultural’ http://www.absolutely-intercultural.com/ A podcast that looks at intercultural issues. Features various speakers and professionals in the field. The blog details each podcast episode. AnnMarie Lei Consulting http://www.annmarielei.com/index.html Private consulting firm focused on cross-cultural training, personnel management and marketing. Check out her personal blog for more in-depth discussion on intercultural issues. Aperian Global http://www.aperianglobal.com/ Aperian Global is a global consulting, training, and web tools firm, attentive to facilitating talent development and business transformation across borders. Offices in the Americas, Europe, Dubai, and East Asia. BEVI http://www.thebevi.com/ The Beliefs, Events, and Values Inventory (BEVI) is an analytic tool that can be used as an independent or dependent measure in a wide range of applied settings, evaluative contexts, and research projects. Opportunities to get certified to implement the instrument survey. How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 11 Bridging Cultures http://www.bridgingcultures.us/index.html A private company that provides cross-cultural counseling, training, and consulting services that focus on the interplay of psychology and culture to help people experience success in multicultural settings. Its mission is to support individuals and organizations in cultural transition. Cartus http://www.cartus.com/ Focus in global mobility and workforce development support to organizations worldwide. Services include employee relocation, accounting and management reporting, intercultural and language training, consulting services supporting benchmarking and change management, and a complete range of outsourcing options to support mobility and organizational goals. Communicaid Blog http://blog.communicaid.com/ Professional cross-cultural training firm offers posts on various intercultural issues, especially in the workplace. Connect East http://www.connecteast.net/ Provides intercultural and cross-cultural coaching, training and consulting services to companies and individuals doing business in China and Latin America. Based in Reston, Virginia. Cross-Cultural Blog http://ccr.stanford.edu/blog/ A collaborative blog hosted by an exchange between instructors and students at Stanford University and Örebro University in Sweden as part of their Cross-Cultural Rhetoric class. How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 12 Cultural Awareness International (CAI) http://www.culturalawareness.com/training.html CAI’s core services include cross-cultural management and training, and destination and relocation services. Delivers customized programs in more than 400 locations worldwide. Currently seeking intercultural trainers and country specialists. Cultural Detective http://www.culturaldetective.com/ A dynamic series of tools that develop invaluable intercultural and global business competence in individuals and organizations. Culture Wizard http://rw-3.com/ Intercultural training consulting firm that provides online training tools to individuals and businesses. Culturosity.com http://culturosity.com/ Provides multiples resources for increasing intercultural awareness and diversity awareness. Diversafari http://www.executivediversity.com/resources/diversafari.htm Training tool and method for diversity training Exchanges Connect http://connect.state.gov/ An online social networking community maintained by the U.S. Department of State that connects potential, current, and former educational and cultural exchange program participants so that they can discuss application processes, programs, and living abroad. How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 13 Global Perspectives Consulting http://www.gpccolorado.com/ Private consulting company focused on intercultural training programs and management to businesses. Based in Colorado. Global Scholar Online Program http://globalscholar.us/ Developed by the Center for Global Education to introduce students to the opportunities and challenges inherent in participating in study abroad programs Pre-departure, support, and reentry course online for study abroad students Can be implemented into more formal courses or workshops Highroad Global Services http://www.highroaders.com/ Private cross-cultural training and consulting firm focused on the following areas: Europe, Asia, the Americas, and the Middle East. Based in Georgia. Insights Discovery http://www.insights.com/ A framework and training tool for adapting and connecting with others, based on self-understanding. Inspired by the work of Swiss psychologist Dr. Carl G. Jung. Interchange Institute http://www.interchangeinstitute.org/ A non-profit research institution founded in 1997 that conducts research on the process of intercultural transition, produces publications to assist newcomers to the US, designs and deliver specialized crosscultural training workshops, and trains and consults to professionals in the field. How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 14 Intercultural Communication Institute http://www.intercultural.org/ A nonprofit charity with the mission of fostering an awareness and appreciation of cultural difference in both the international and domestic arenas Offers resources for intercultural, cross-cultural, multicultural, international, diversity training, and education Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) http://idiinventory.com/ The Intercultural Development Inventory® (IDI®) is a theory-based instrument used to measure intercultural competence adapted from the Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity. It can be taken either in paper and pencil form or online. IDI LLC offers organizational development, business management and consulting, educational consulting, and individual and group assessment of intercultural competency. Intercultural Insights http://finance.groups.yahoo.com/group/interculturalinsights/ Yahoo Group (members-only) resource exchange and professional development discussion group on intercultural and cross-cultural business, training, education, research and consulting topics for experienced intercultural professionals. Intercultural Meanderings http://interculturalmeanderings.wordpress.com/ Personal blog about expat life, multicultural issues, international business, training and job advice Intercultural Press http://www.interculturalpress.com/ Publisher offering a great selection of intercultural books. How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 15 Intercultural Training Center http://www.isss.umn.edu/programs/itc/ Based out of the International Students and Scholars department at University of Minnesota, the Intercultural Training Center offers individualized workshops and experiential activities to improve communication across cultures. International Journal of Intercultural Relations (IJIR) http://www.intercultural-academy.org/html/ijir.html IJIR is dedicated to advancing knowledge and understanding of theory, practice, and research in intergroup relations. Published by International Academy on Intercultural Research. John Cutler’s Blog http://jcutler.typepad.com/john_cutlers_blog/ An intercultural trainer, John Cutler explores different cross-cultural issues and provides advice and resources to others looking to work in the field Journal of Intercultural Communication http://www.immi.se/intercultural/ The goal of the journal is to promote research, but also education and training in the area of intercultural communication. The journal is an outgrowth of the activities of NIC – the Nordic Network for Intercultural Communication. Journal of Intercultural Studies http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/cJIS The Journal of Intercultural Studies is an international, interdisciplinary journal that particularly encourages contributions from scholars in cultural studies, sociology, gender studies, political science, cultural geographers, urban studies, race and ethnic studies. It focuses primarily on emerging cultural formations, intercultural negotiations and contemporary challenges to cultures and identities. How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 16 Journal of International and Intercultural Communication http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/rjii/ An outlet for original research on international and intercultural communication. The journal showcases diverse perspectives and methods, including qualitative, quantitative, critical and textual approaches. It addresses an international readership and features research conducted in a wide range of locations by diverse groups of scholars. The journal is a publication of the National Communication Association Kwintessential http://www.kwintessential.co.uk Private consulting firm based in London. Services include: professional document translation, interpreters, multilingual business services and training. Language & Culture Worldwide, LLC http://www.languageandculture.com/ Their mission: to provide training, consulting and translation services that inspire professionals to connect across cultures. Maximizing Study Abroad http://www.carla.umn.edu/maxsa/ http://www.carla.umn.edu/maxsa/documents/MAXSAResearchReport.pdf Series of guidebooks aimed at helping students, program professionals, and language instructors make the most of study abroad opportunities through strategies for language and culture learning and use. Developed by the Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition at the University of Minnesota. How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 17 Melibee Global Ed Consulting http://www.melibeeglobal.com/ International Education consulting blog on study abroad topics, intercultural training, international students, and other worldly topics. Various guest posts by international professionals, artists, educators, filmmakers, and others all bringing something new to the field Myers-Briggs Foundation http://www.myersbriggs.org/ A research firm focused on the field of psychological type. Developed the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator ® instrument. Offers consulting services for individuals, businesses and organizations. NAFSA Blog www.blog.nafsa.org Official Association of International Educators blog that spotlights the importance and impact of international education NAFSA Intercultural Communication and Training Network http://www.nafsa.org/groups/home.aspx?groupid=13 You have to register as a member, but this webpage provides many resources and discussion forums for intercultural trainers and educators Navigating Cultures: Blog http://navigatingcultures.com/blog/ A blog hosted by Language & Culture Worldwide that explores the impact of both language and culture on today’s business environment How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 18 Peace Corps – Culture Matters http://www.peacecorps.gov/wws/educators/enrichment/culturematters/index.html A cross-cultural training handbook developed by the Peace Corps to help new Volunteers acquire the knowledge and skills to work successfully and respectfully in other cultures. Chapters include “Understanding Culture,” “American Culture and American Diversity,” “Styles of Communication,” “Culture in the Workplace,” “Social Relationships,” and “Adjusting to a New Culture.” Can be used for a variety of audiences and contexts. PLATO Project with the Center for Global Education http://globaled.us/plato/index.html The Project for Learning Abroad, Training, and Outreach is an integrated study abroad training, certification, and diversity outreach program which provides comprehensive support resources for study abroad to all U.S. college and university students – with special support for underrepresented students Practical Intercultural Communication http://practical-intercultural-communication.blogspot.com/ Hasn’t been updated in a while, but a good chronicle of the life of an intercultural trainer and student, her methods and strategies, and musings on cross-cultural issues Prudential Relocation Services http://www.prudential.com/view/page/public/11535 Offers a full range of relocation services around the world to corporations, governmental organizations, and their relocating employees. Services include global consulting, intercultural training and development, and tools to help buy and move personal items. How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 19 SIETAR Europa www.sietareu.org Website for Europe’s largest association of interculturalists and is part of the worldwide SIETAR network Job announcements in Europe, events, webinars, journals and other publications SIETAR UK http://sietaruk.posterous.com/ A network blog for interculturalists living in the UK SIETAR USA www.sietarusa.org Website for the US association of interculturalists, part of the worldwide SIETAR network Job announcements (http://sietarusa.org/jobblog), conferences and events, newsblog, and newsletter Small Planet Studio http://smallplanetstudio.com/ A learning community for intercultural educators who want to change the world. Posts on intercultural issues, international schools and education, study abroad, travel, profiles of intercultural educators, and occasional guest posts by cool people doing awesome things in the field Summer Institute for Intercultural Communication (SIIC) http://www.intercultural.org/siic.php The 35th annual Summer Institute for Intercultural Communication (SIIC) offers professional development opportunities for people working in education, training, business, and consulting, in both international and domestic intercultural contexts. One of the premier gatherings of professionals in the field of intercultural communication, SIIC presents a unique opportunity to explore the field and network with others in a stimulating and supportive environment. How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 20 The Global Education Collaborative http://globaleducation.ning.com/ The official social networking site for the online 2011 Global Education Conference, to be held November 14-18 Opportunities for networking with other global educators and trainers Visuals Speak http://www.visualsspeak.com/ Training method that primarily uses visual photographs for a wide variety of processes including: visioning, team building, conflict resolution, change management, diversity and inclusion, intercultural communication, marketing research, and so much more. What’s Up with Culture? http://www2.pacific.edu/sis/culture/ Site was designed to support advisers in preparing students for their abroad experience and analyzing their experiences after returning World Work http://www.worldwork.org/ World Work is an “experiential training seminar in conflict work and community building” that takes place every two years. It focuses its approach in “Deep Democracy” to address the issues of groups and organizations of all kinds. The seminar provides a unique opportunity for people from all over the world to come together in a powerful forum for focusing on and working with social, environmental, and political issues using group process skills. How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 21 Young SIETAR http://www.youngsietar.org/ An international association which combines the efforts of students and young professionals from a wide range of practical and academic disciplines who share a common concern for intercultural relations. Through various activities Young SIETAR provides a unique opportunity to build a bridge in this dynamic field between newcomers and professionals, educating a new generation of interculturalists. LinkedIn Intercultural Training Groups Alternative Perspectives in Intercultural Communication (APICC) Boston Multilingual & Intercultural Professions Canadian Intercultural, Cross-Cultural and Diversity Professionals Network Comunicacion Intercultural/Cross-cultural Communication Communicaid – Cross-Cultural Training Competence in Intercultural Professions Creative and Cultural Education Culture Matters Diversity & Intercultural Organization Development Diversity in International Education EAIE: European Association for International Education Global Leader 2.0 Global Village Network ICDC: Intercultural Competence Development Center Intercultural Assessments Intercultural Communication Institute How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 22 Intercultural Insight Intercultural Intelligence International Educator Circle Japan Intercultural Consulting Living Stone Centre for Intercultural Entrepreneurship NAFSA: Association of International Educators Research in the Internationalization of Higher Education Sales and Soft Skills for Intercultural Business Trainer SIETAR Metro New York SIETAR-USA The Cultural and Public Diplomats The Forum on Education Abroad The Kozai International Education Network Conferences AACU Annual Meeting January 25-28, 2012 — Washington, DC The Association of American Colleges and Universities is a network of 1,200 higher education institutions in the U.S. dedicated to ensuring a liberal arts education all students regardless of background, enrollment path, academic specialization, or intended career. The theme for the 2012 conference is “SHARED FUTURES / DIFFICULT CHOICES: Reclaiming a Democratic Vision for College Learning, Global Engagement, and Success.” How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 23 AIEA Annual Conference - http://www.aieaworld.org/events/conf2012.htm February 19-22, 2012 — Washington, DC The 2012 AIEA Annual Conference for senior international educators provides a forum to reflect on the relationship between the internationalization of our institutions and institutional responses to these important global challenges. The theme of the conference this year is “Building a Secure World through International Education.” ASTD Annual Conference - http://www.astd.org/content/conferences/ May 6-9, 2012 – Denver, Colorado Learn from world-renowned leaders. Explore the latest training theories and models. Share insights and experience with colleagues. ASTD conferences ensure that you're up-to-date with the trends affecting workplace learning and performance. Forum on Education Abroad - http://www.forumea.org/Denver2012.cfm March 21-23, 2012 — Denver, Colorado The Forum conference brings together higher education colleagues and education abroad professionals to focus intensively for two days on important education abroad topics and issues. The 2012 conference theme, “Tracing the Experience: From Inquiry to Integration,” focuses on the transformational nature of education abroad by exploring the education abroad experience as a whole, from the first spark of interest to the incorporation of the experience later in a student’s life. How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 24 FIGT: Families in Global Transition - http://www.figt.org/2012_conference March 29-31, 2012 — Alexandria, Virginia The conference provides a forum where members of internationally mobile families, e.g. corporate, military, diplomatic, missionary, gather with those who assist them: human resource personnel, relocation experts, educators and counselors. Together we develop strategies for dealing with challenges of cross-cultural living. NAFSA: Association of International Educators - http://nafsa.org/annualconference/default.aspx May 27-June 1, 2012 — Houston, Texas Comprehensive Internationalization: Vision and Practice is the theme of the NAFSA 2012 Annual Conference & Expo in Houston, Texas, which will feature hundreds of posters, sessions, and workshops, unlimited networking opportunities, and a dynamic expo. SHRM -- http://annual.shrm.org/ June 24-27, 2012 – Atlanta, GA Society for Human Resources Management annual national conference. SIETAR USA 2012 Conference - http://www.sietarusa.org/ October 17-20, 2012 — Minneapolis, Minnesota Listen to and connect with the leaders in our field, partake in thought-provoking sessions and discussions, and strengthen your networks and friendships within our growing interculturally-minded community. You will leave with deeper insights on topics of vital interest to the field and your career, acquire new ideas for transforming and balancing our lives, and gain an expanded appreciation for how we live and work in an intercultural world. How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 25 Graduate Programs Name of School American University Location URL Contact Person Washington, DC http://www.american.edu/cas/seth/M Graduate Assistant A-ITE.cfm Laurie Melin firstname.lastname@example.org Kent State University Kent, Ohio Lesley University Cambridge, Mass. http://www.kent.edu/ehhs/hied/certif Dr. Martha Merrill, icates/internationalization-of-higherAssociate Professor education.cfm and Coordinator of Internationalization of Higher Education Certificate, at email@example.com http://www.lesley.edu/gsass/65irp.ht Jana Van der Veer ml firstname.lastname@example.org Degree Options MA in International Training and Education M.Ed., Higher Education Administration [Certificate in Internationaliz ation of Higher Education] MA, Intercultural Relations (2 program options: on campus or online) How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 26 SIT Graduate Institute Vermont http://www.sit.edu/graduate/21164.h tm email@example.com University of Minnesota Minneapolis, MN http://www.cehd.umn.edu/olpd/grad- Dr. Jeremy Hernandez, programs/CIDE/default.html Coordinator of graduate studies firstname.lastname@example.org -Master of Arts in Intercultural Service, Leadership, & Management -Master of Arts in International Education -Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) MA, or Ph.D., Comparative and International Education Development How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 27 New York University New York City http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/humsocsci/i Letizia La Rosa nternational/ma email@example.com u Columbia University’s Teachers College New York City http://www.tc.columbia.edu/its/cie&i ed/index.asp?Id=Home&Info=Welcom e Sarah Sherman, Program Assistant firstname.lastname@example.org The International Partnership for ServiceLearning and Leadership (IPSL) Stanford University Multiple locations— starts in Portland, OR. http://www.ipsl.org/node/51 email@example.com Stanford, CA http://suse-ice.stanford.edu/ firstname.lastname@example.org u M.A. or Ph.D. International Education or Advanced Certificate in International Education 4 options (M.A., ME.d. Ph.D., Ed.D) in International and Comparative Education MA in International Development and Service M.A. and Ph.D, International Comparative Education How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 28 University of the Pacific Stockton, CA http://www.pacific.edu/School-ofInternational-Studies/MA-inIntercultural-Relations/MAIR-DegreeRequirements.html Katrina Alison Jaggears, Associate Director. email@example.com M.A. Intercultural Relations University of Florida Gainsville, FL http://www.jou.ufl.edu/grad/intlcom m/default.asp Dr. Michael Leslie, Graduate Coordinator. firstname.lastname@example.org University of Maryland, Baltimore County Baltimore, MD http://www.umbc.edu/mll/incc/ MA in Mass Communicatio ns, with an International Comm. specialization M.A. in Intercultural Comm. University of Miami Miami, Florida Dr. Denis M. Provencher, Program Director of MA in Intercultural Communication email@example.com http://www.com.miami.edu/graduate- Diane intercultural-communication Millette Associate Professor, Program Director: Communication Studies . firstname.lastname@example.org MA International Comm. How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 29 Boston College University of Pennsylvania University of Pennsylvania Boston, MA http://www.bc.edu/schools/lsoe/acad Ana M. Martínez emics/departments/eahe/graduate/he Alemán Ed.D., a/grad.html Associate Professor: email@example.com -MA in Student Affairs or General Higher Ed Admin. -Ph.D in Higher Ed Admin., specialty in International and comparative higher education Philadelphia, PA http://www.gse.upenn.edu/degrees_p Penny Creedon, LLE M.S.Ed. and rograms/icc Coordinator: University Ph.D. of Intercultural Pennsylvania Graduat Comm. e School of Education firstname.lastname@example.org du Philadelphia, PA http://www.gse.upenn.edu/degrees_p Alex Posecznick, M.S.Ed. and rograms/ecs Ph.D. Division Ph.D. Manager: Education, Education, Culture & Society Culture, & Division Society email@example.com How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 30 Pennsylvania State University University Park, PA http://www.ed.psu.edu/educ/eps/cied David P. Baker, Program Chair firstname.lastname@example.org Masters and PhD. Comparative and International Education Drexel Philadelphia, PA http://www.drexel.com/onlineOnline degree info: Master of University email@example.com Science in global/index.aspx Global & International Education (online only) University of Amherst, Mass. http://www.umass.edu/education/aca Gretchen Rossman, Master's Massachusett demics/epra/ed_intl.shtml Concentration Program in s, Amherst Coordinator: International firstname.lastname@example.org Education .edu Indiana Bloomington, http://education.indiana.edu/tabid/10 Sandy Strain, Master's in University Indiana 203/Default.aspx Administrative International Bloomington Assistant: and (812) 856-8370 Comparative Education George Washington, DC http://gsehd.gwu.edu/programs/iep/ Katie MA in Washington masters Weigel, Executive International University Program Assistant: Education email@example.com How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 31 Boston University Boston, MA. http://www.bu.edu/iedp/ Program Assistant at: firstname.lastname@example.org Florida State University Tallahassee FL http://bit.ly/rkjDEt College of Ed. info: email@example.com http://bit.ly/q6wM9C Harvard University Cambridge, MA http://www.gse.harvard.edu/academi cs/masters/iep/ firstname.lastname@example.org Loyola University of Chicago Chicago, IL http://www.luc.edu/education/acade mics_degrees_masters.shtml School of Education: SchlEduc@luc.edu MA in International Education Development MA & Ph.D in Higher Ed. MA & Ph.D in Sociocultural & International Development Ed. Studies M.Ed. International Educational Policy (4 options) M.A., M.Ed., J.D./M.A. Dual degree & Ph.D. in Cultural and Educational Policy Studies How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 32 Old Dominion Norfolk, VA University http://education.odu.edu/efl/ The Ohio State University Columbus, OH http://ehe.osu.edu/epl/ The University at Albany (SUNY) Albany, NY http://www.albany.edu/eaps/ Dr. William Owings, M.S.Ed., Ed.S, Graduate Program and Ph.D. in Director: ELS@odu.edu Ed. Leadership. M.S.Ed., Ed.S, and Ph.D. in Higher Education. School of Educational M.A. or Ph.D. Policy and Leadership: in Educational email@example.com Policy and Leadership Department Secretary, M.S. or Ph.D. in Carm Colfer Higher firstname.lastname@example.org Education .edu M.S. or Ph.D. in Educational Policy Analysis How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 33 University of Los Angles, CA California, Los Angles (UCLA) http://gseis.ucla.edu/for/prospectivestudents University of Maryland College Park, MD http://www.education.umd.edu/EDHI/ Steven Klees, academics/ied.html Professor; email@example.com University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA http://www.education.pitt.edu/scae/ University of San Francisco, San Francisco CA Department: (310) 825-8326 Division Admin Assistant Ramces Jimenez firstname.lastname@example.org du Michael Gunzenhauser, Assoc. Professor email@example.com http://www.usfca.edu/soe/programs/i Department email: me/ firstname.lastname@example.org (4 options) Ed.D in Educational Leadership. MA and PhD in Social Sciences and Comparative Education. Master in Student Affairs. M.A. and Ph.D. in International Education Policy (IEP) M.Ed., M.A., & Ph.D. in Social and Comparative Analysis in Education M.A. or Ph.D. in International and Multicultural Education How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 34 Western Michigan University Kalamazoo, MI Texas Tech University Lubbock, Texas Peace Corps partnerships Various Thunderbird School of Global Management Glendale, AZ http://www.wmich.edu/leadership/edl Department contact: eadership/hesa/index.html Donna Talbot donna.talbot@wmich. edu M.A. Educational Leadership, Higher Education & Student Affairs concentration http://www.educ.ttu.edu/academicDr. Colette Taylor: (3 options) email@example.com M.Ed., Ph.D., & leadership/higher-education/default Ed.D. in Higher Education http://www.peacecorps.gov/index.cfm Various Various ?shell=learn.whyvol.eduben.school_re sults http://www.thunderbird.edu/graduate admissions@thunderbi Master of Arts, _degrees/master_of_arts/curriculum/i rd.edu Global Affairs ndex.htm (particularly useful if interested in working in Business Schools.) How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 35 Programs Outside the U.S. http://studyguide.aau.dk/programmes General info: /firstname.lastname@example.org and-globalization(5417) Aalborg University Aalborg, Denmark University of Oslo Oslo, Norway Liverpool Hope University Liverpool, England http://www.hope.ac.uk/prospective/p ostgraduatecourses/educationinternational-perspectives-ma Università della Svizzera italiana Lugano, Switzerland http://www.mic.usi.ch/index/presenta tion.htm University of Bedforshire (aka University of Luton) Luton, England http://www.beds.ac.uk/howtoapply/c ourses/postgraduate/interculturalcommunication http://www.uio.no/english/studies/pr ogrammes/ciedu-master/ email@example.com Postgraduate Admissions Team firstname.lastname@example.org c.uk Admissions: email@example.com k Master's in Culture, Communicatio n and Globalization Comparative and International Education MA Education, International Perspectives. Master of Advanced Studies in Intercultural Comm. MA Intercultural Comm. How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 36 University of Warwick Warwick, England http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/al Helen Spencer-Oatey, /postgrad/msc/ Professor and Program Director Helen.SpencerOatey@warwick.ac.uk MSc. Intercultural Communicatio n for Business & the Professions Lecturer Marko Master’s Siitonen degree in firstname.lastname@example.org Intercultural Comm. Dr Iona Huang, Head of MA International Management Programmes of (iona.huang@edgehill. International ac.uk) Higher Education Chairperson of MA Master of Arts program: Dr. Ciarán in Intercultural Dunne Studies (email@example.com) University of Jyväskylä Finland https://www.jyu.fi/hum/laitokset/vies ti/en/subjects/intercultural/icc Edge Hill University Near Ormskirk, England http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/study/cour ses/management-of-internationalhigher-education#details Dublin City University, Sc hool of Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies Dublin, Ireland http://www.dcu.ie/salis/index.shtml How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer | Page 37 Questions? Comments? We’d love to hear from you! Cate Brubaker Founder, Small Planet Studio http://ww.smallplanetstudio.com Skype: cate.brubaker Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Missy Gluckmann Founder, Melibee Global Education Consulting http://www.melibeeglobal.com Skype: missyg77 Email: email@example.com All contents copyright ©2011 by Small Planet Studio and Melibee Global Education Consulting. All rights reserved. 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