Edited by BERNHARD STREITWIESER & ANTHONY C. OGDEN
Back in November 2015 I posted here to IHEC Blog supporting the Global Pro Institute which was a new comprehensive professional development and training program for aspiring international education professionals and that I had signed up to be an affiliate.
Well, my wonderful colleague Brooke Roberts has just launched the second Global Pro Institute for Spring 2016 and based off of feedback from alumni of the Fall 2015 Global Pro Institute there are two options for you to choose from this spring if you are interested.
GPI Foundations – This is a self-study, self-guided version of the program. You’ll get full access to all of the video lessons and materials for each of the six Foundations modules. On top of that, you’ll be able to download all the PDF Workbooks, checklists, and calendars associated with each module. This is a GREAT option for anyone who just wants the content and doesn’t feel they need the community, weekly/monthly coaching, master classes, etc.
GPI Mastery – This is the FULL PROGRAM EXPERIENCE! You’ll get all the GPI Foundations modules, workbooks, checklists, and calendars PLUS 24/7 access in our online community, group coaching with Brooke and the Inside Study Abroad team, access to our full library of masterclass interviews, over 8 hours of resume critiques, 7+ hours of past group coaching call recordings….AND several other bonuses to enhance your experience.
Here’s everything included in the Mastery (Full Program) experience:
Brooke will also be offering some free training this week if you are interested
I’m a big fan of Brooke and I fully support what she is doing to help new international education professionals as they enter and navigate the field. If you are interested in learning more you can link to the Global Pro Institute through my affiliate link here.
International Higher Education Consulting is an official sponsor of the 2016 International Educators of Illinois (IEI) Conference being held March 23-24, 2016. I was added as a late presenter to the panel talking about “The Power of Habit in International Education” and I’ll be presenting with Sara McGuinn of Northwestern University (session Chair) and Derek Shouba of Morton College.
I will be attending the conference all day as well as the evening reception on Thursday, March 24th but won’t be attending/presenting at a workshop on Wednesday, March 23rd as I will be giving a talk at Morton College that day to faculty and other key stakeholders on globalizing the curriculum and syllabus. However, I do plan to attend the informal reception scheduled in the evening on Wednesday, March 23rd. If you are attending the IEI conference I do hope our paths cross!
You can view the conference program below to view my presentation description (page 21) and sponsorship advertisement (page 11).
Remembering one of my summer 2015 work stations on the shores of Lake Michigan in Door County, Wisconsin where I began work on my ‘A Historical Overview of International Education Scholarship and the Role of the Scholar–Practitioner‘ chapter for the forthcoming book “International Higher Education’s Scholar-Practitioners: Bridging Research and Practice”. Soon I’ll begin work on a new book chapter that I will co-write with two other colleagues (unable to disclose chapter title or focus of book at this time) but I won’t have as nice of an “office” this time around!
That IHEC Blog post on the computer screen is about and includes photos of my thirteen year old daughter heading off on her twelve day service learning trip to Ecuador last August!