Global Engagement

Explore resources to help internationalize your curriculum

 

Global Engagement Grants

Edmonds College Global Engagement has given out over 10 grants from $300-$2500 for faculy and staff to design global activities, from translating materials into other languages, to international travel in order to design a study abroad program. See below to find out how:

Edmonds College offers annual awards of up to $2500 to faculty/staff to be used for international projects that will contribute to increasing student’s personal and academic experience with international or intercultural issues, communities or people.

Deadline to Apply
February 1: to be used in the following Summer and/or Fall Quarter
Sept 1.: to be used in the following Winter or Spring Quarter

 

APPLY HERE

 

Scoring Rubric for Reference

Limited mini-grants of up to $300 are available for projects that directly impact campus globalization efforts. Funds are to be used for domestic programming expenses only. Examples include taking your class to a local cultural museum, participating in a cultural fair, or inviting a speaker on campus.

Deadline to Apply:

Ongoing, Reviewed at the end of each quarter, please complete the application two weeks before the quarter end.

 

APPLY HERE

Check our Events Schedule to see when the next Global Grants Information Session is, to learn how to apply, examples of successful projects, and brainstorm  your ideas.

 

Review our Session Slides and Guided Recording Below: 

 

Faculty-led Study Abroad

The Office of Global Engagement also organizes Study Abroad for Edmonds College. Faculty are encouraged to design and lead their own programs with our office as a resource. Check out our information below on how to start a lifetime opportunity for your students: 

Edmonds College is a member of WCCCSA (Washington Community College Consortium for Study Abroad), and has been supporting faculty-led study abroad for over 14 years. 

There are periodic openings for faculty to apply and lead a program in destinations all over the world, teaching 10 credits in either Fall or Spring Quarter. 

WCCCSA Page Here

Currently, we are accepting applications by May 1 to teach a group of students from our 19 member colleges in Cusco Peru, for Fall Quarter 2023. Contact Caroline.Zeiher@edmonds.edu for the application and more information. 

Timeline for leading a Study Abroad Program with Edmonds College

 

Want to design a study abroad program but don't know where to start? Third-party Partners offer customized study abroad and on-ground support. They can help you make a proposal, pricing, and most importantly, provide guidance and emergency support in your destination. 

Contact Caroline.Zeiher@Edmonds.edu for a list of partners based on your destination or topic area.

 

 

 

Study Abroad Information Prints

Do you ever get questions about study abroad or travel from students and don't know what to say? Check out this resource sheet to keep in your offices and for student appointments, with many common questions students (or you) may have about study abroad through Edmonds College.

 

Study Abroad FAQs

Affording Study Abroad Pamphlet

 

 

Printing Order Form Here

 

Other Grant and Exchange Resources