International Student Services
Global Opportunities at Edmonds Community College
Resources for Edmonds Community College Employees
Faculty and Staff Awards
for Global Engagement, Research or International Projects
Edmonds Community College will offer annual awards of up to $1,500 to faculty and staff to be used for international projects that will directly lead to increasing students' personal experience with international or intercultural issues, communities, or people. This would include travel to research short-term program opportunities and teaching or research abroad to enhance instructor capabilities. It could also encompass on campus activities such as preparation time to organize class and cultural exchange between currently enrolled students, or with classrooms abroad via internet/skype connections.
Download the application (PDF) or email email@example.com.
Deadline to apply: April 30.
Visiting International Faculty and Edmonds Faculty Abroad
The college can support one visiting foreign faculty member per year for up to a quarter of teaching. The college will also support one Edmonds faculty to teach abroad for up to one quarter.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application to receive funding to teach abroad or to host an international faculty member at Edmonds Community College.
Deadline to apply April 30 for teaching assignments in the upcoming year.
Other faculty resources:
- Washington Community College Consortium for Study Abroad Faculty Application
WCCCSA seeks enthusiastic and creative faculty who can demonstrate a history of effectiveness in their instructional discipline and the ability to successfully encourage student participation and academic progress. Interested instructors need strong interpersonal communication skills and a keen awareness of the realities of providing instruction to US community college students overseas. A strong foundation in intercultural awareness/communication, student development, and cross-cultural adjustment is required to teach on a WCCCSA program. Find out more about how to apply at wcccsa.com/faculty.
- The Fulbright Program
Fulbright awards grants to faculty/staff interested in lecturing, researching, or attending seminars abroad.
New: short term abroad opportunities for selected disciplines.
- Northwest International Education Association (NIEA)
NIEA sponsors an annual workshop centered on a global theme, co-sponsors a summer master teacher institute for community college faculty with the University of Washington Jackson School of International Studies, and sponsors mini-grants for faculty to develop units or entire courses for globalizing the curriculum.