Learn how to design & deliver global programs that focus on student learning outcomes, cross-cultural integration, and meaningful participation while maintaining health, safety, and risk standards. You'll understand the unique challenges of running global programs onsite - including managing logistics, student mental & emotional health, and emergency response/preparedness.
- Module 1: Foundations of Program Design & Delivery
- Module 2: Reverse Engineering Program Timeline
- Module 3: Design Considerations
- Module 4: Developing Program Budgets & Pricing
- Module 5: Working with Faculty
- Module 6: Facilitating High-Impact Intercultural Learning
- Module 7: Delivering the Experience
- Module 8: Program Assessment & Evaluation
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR:
Sam has over 20 years of experience in international education. She's become a leading professional in international internship program design and delivery.
Sam is passionate about providing opportunities for professionals in international education to learn about best practices and collaborate to improve experience for both students and staff, is a former Board Director of the Association of American Study Abroad Programmes UK, co-founder of PDX Abroad, and is currently the Placements and Business Engagement Manager at the University of Roehampton in London, UK.
Brooke has over 18 years of experience in international education. She went from intern to executive in four years and has founded two companies in the industry. She's worked in multiple facets of IE including program design, administration, and delivery; organizational management; digital marketing; student recruitment and advising, and more.
In 2009, Brooke founded Inside Study Abroad and GPI to provide a resource and community for the next generation of international education leaders and professionals.