CILMAR's Curricular Intercultural Learning Programs

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Read on to explore exciting curricular opportunities offered to you by International Programs' Center for Intercultural Learning • Mentorship • Assessment • Research (CILMAR).

Jump start your intercultural learning with a new course offering!

CILMAR is offering a new graduate seminar course in Cultural Engagement in Communities and Workplaces (YDAE 59100) for Spring 2018.  Taught by Dr. Kris Acheson-Clair and Dr. Lisa Lambert Snodgrass, the course will include several intercultural assessments widely used in corporate and educational settings as well as experiential, real world, case studies and project management methods. 

Intercultural Mentoring

If you would like to develop skills of intercultural competency, engage in fun activities with students from different cultural backgrounds, and demonstrate to future employees that you can work effectively across diversity, earning digital badges as part of the Intercultural Certification program might be for you.

Peace Corps Prep Certificate Program

Students interested in careers in global NGOs or service fields now have the opportunity to document their sector expertise, leadership skills, and intercultural competence by participating in Purdue's Peace Corps Prep Certificate Program. Click here for more information.

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