Whether you are a high school student, a college undergrad, or working towards your Masters degree, you won't want to miss the opportunity to discuss how to add an international flair to your academic pursuits through a study abroad scholarship. NCDE staff will discuss programs open to U.S. students including, but not limited to: the Christianson Grant, Watson Fellowship, and programs sponsored by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs such as NSLI-Y for Youth, the Gilman Scholarship, and Fulbright Student Program.
Gallaudet University's Office of International Affairs and the National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange (NCDE) have partnered to hold the next Joining Hands Symposium on July 31, 2020. Joining Hands provides space to discuss enhancing access to international exchange for people with all types of disabilities and who are Deaf.
WILD delegates participated in a Strategic Planning Meeting to address strategies for effective engagement and messaging on disabled women’s issues at the Beijing +25 CSO Forum, including networking, coalition building, and fostering partnerships with other civil society organizations (CSO).
The Gilman Program is pleased to co-host an exclusive webinar with the National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange (NCDE), a project administered by Mobility International USA (MIUSA), to discuss access and support for students with disabilities participating in study abroad.
Alumni of the Gilman Program will also share the impact of their abroad experiences as well as tips and guidance for preparation, with the shared goal of encouraging students with disabilities to pursue study and intern abroad opportunities.
Each year, the Council on Standards for International Educational Travel (CSIET) brings together over 160 representatives from J-1, F-1 and Outbound programs at the secondary level, as well as vendors offering services to these vetted organizations.
The Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) has recognized the growing number of students studying abroad each year, yet the number of underrepresented groups, including students with disabilities, continue to stay low.
This year CIEE held their annual conference to discuss how international educators can strategize together to dramatically increase diversity in study abroad including racial, ethnic, gender, religious, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, disability, and age, so that it accurately reflects the diversity in today’s student population.
In honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, MIUSA/NCDE invited Twitter followers to join an online chat on Monday October 21, 2019 to get advice from people with disabilities working in global fields and to learn about current open positions and opportunities that can lead to careers in international development and/or international exchange.
Join the National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange (NCDE) and EducationUSA for a one-hour webinar discussion on the U.S. community college system. Attendees will gain a better understanding of:
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Commonly prescribed medications like Vyvanse and Adderall can be illegal in some countries even if legally obtained elsewhere. In addition to prescriptions, common concerns for students, advisors, and parents include how ADHD might be perceived in Japanese society and universities.
For over 38 years, MIUSA has been working to advance the global disability rights movement, mobilizing over 2300 alumni from more than 135 countries. We've been able to do this with support from current and former homestay families, community supporters, funders, staff, volunteers, interns, board members, and partners...that's YOU!