International Education Week is in November and we have EIGHT new ideas to enhance your programming - all for next to no cost! Check them out!
Since we can't travel abroad, 24/7, Paige Dabney reminds us how we can explore crossing cultures at home...
Ten innovative ideas for programming for Int'l Ed Week 2014?
This year I challenged the Melibee Global interns to dig deep and come up with even more innovation around International Education Week 2012. As always, they delivered! Senior Melibee intern, Danielle Sleeper compiled the team's great tip in today's guest post.
Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton, encourages students to study abroad.
I was recently asked about how I put together the Melibee Global speakers roster - a very good question indeed!
The 2011 Global Education Conference will be held November 14 - 18, during international education week - and it is online and free. Sessions will take place in multiple time zones and multiple languages over the five days. The 2010 Global Education Conference had 15,028 unique logins and presentations from 62 countries. Isn't that incredible!
Melibee Global is launching its first, FREE, online book club, scheduled for November 10th at 3 pm EST. The book for this event is Carrie Wagner's "Village Wisdom: Immersed in Uganda, Inspired by Job, Changed for Life."
Here are Melibee's top tips for an innovative International Education Week for 2011
Aman Ali and Bassam Tariq are gearing up for their 30 mosque Ramadan Roadtrip 2011 – their plan is to visit Alaska, Hawaii and the other states that the missed on the first trip. 30 mosques, 30 states, 30 days – all during Ramadan in the month of August. Knowing these guys as I do, they’ll do it despite the exhausting schedule! But, as the expression goes, it takes a village and therefore I’m blogging about it to ask for you to help spread the word.
Here is a video of Aman and Bassam talking about the 2011 plan:
Here is how you can donate to the project: No amount is too small: $5, $10 or whatever you can afford! Just know that your donation will go toward the sharing of authentic stories about Muslims in America.
Meeting Aman and Bassam in 2010 at a local mosque was one of the highlights of my own personal exploration of spirituality in America. It helped me to address my own stereotypes and to better understand myself, my country and Islam.
I have had the honor of bringing Aman and Bassam to campuses across the US this past year. You can read more about the response people had to their presentations across the country. Needless to say, we were all humbled by the grace of their message and their wisdom that extends well beyond their years.
Meanwhile, I’d like to thank Aman and Bassam for inspiring so many of us. They have even inspired me to explore my own road trip! Any ideas? (I’m serious!) 🙂