Month: September 2011

How To Pursue a Career in International Education

Do your students return from study abroad with a new career goal in mind?  Have you worked in the field for many years but want to consider other international education options? Have you lived abroad and thought about pursuing your passion for intercultural training, but don’t know where to begin? Or perhaps you’re an experienced educator who wants to consult? Maybe you’ve been laid off or recently pursued a MA degree, but don’t know how to land your dream job?

There is a solution!

Melibee Global, in conjunction with Small Planet Studio, is offering a teleclass series to help those of you who are interested in a career in international education.  You can sign up for 1, 2 or 3 of the “How To” series of classes based on your interests and level of experience. Sessions will be recorded, so you can listen to the recording(s) if you can’t make the live session(s).

To learn more and/or to register for the “How To” class(es) please click here.

 

Study Abroad Safety Despite Budget Challenges: Interview with Steve Moore

Steve Moore

Safety planning cannot be compromised due to budget cuts or lack of funding for an entire study abroad office.  Today’s interview is with Steve Moore, Melibee’s safety and emergency planning expert.  Steve provides three tips that are absolutely necessary for your program abroad, regardless of the size or location.

If you are interested in learning more about safety and emergency consulting or Steve’s presentations, please click here or email me at [email protected]

 

 

Ten Years Ago: The 9/11 post

Ten years ago. TEN. Blue skies. Slightly crisp air. A normal day. At home, on hold for a tri-regional conference call with the TV on. News reports a plane hit the towers. I saw and thought, immediately, that is NOT an accident. When you’re from New York, you know that you can’t hit the towers or any other building by accident. You typically fly up one of the rivers, high above the city, but close enough that you can easily identify the towering buildings. But no, you can’t accidentally hit one. Not possible.

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