For a nominal fee, the council will create for you a custom-designed program for students and professionals of all ages from around the world including people active in global relations locally. The GCWAC will immerse you in American culture and business.
GCWAC programming creates a variety of K-adult global learning opportunities. Two of many examples include the program for regional high school students who can learn about exchange programs at Northern Kentucky University and meet international students. Global trivia games for colleges and businesses are available throughout the year upon request.
For professionals, we may arrange a meeting with professional counterparts to exchange information and ideas about a specific career field. It is a mutually beneficial experience which allows everyone to learn about new ideas and opportunities that may be available to use locally or abroad.
GCWAC works well with a large variety of collaborating partners, so if your organization has a great idea for a global program, contact us.
With an extensive database of personally, scrupulously and professionally screened potential host families, GCWAC can help you find a place for your international visitors for an overnight, weekend, or month-long stay. There is a small fee based on length of stay and number of visitors. The service includes emergency numbers and tailored options to enjoy the region. Background checks are not required.
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Hospitality Dinner Opportunity
Arranging dinners for international visitors coming into the region is a unique quick opportunity for international students and professionals to see inside an American home, eat a delicious home-cooked meal and discuss anything from politics to heritage with these delightful guests. Call now to make this happen for your company or students!
Professional & Cultural Programming
Through site visits, office meetings, panel discussions, internships, volunteering, and other experiential activities, our visitors discover the dimensions and context of their own professions in the United States, make lasting contacts with their colleagues here, and share insight about their activities at home.
On many occasions, participants experience America through cultural and outdoor activities, sporting events, overnight stays, and home hospitality. The purpose of these programs is to develop new professional networks and friendships. One-on-one interaction has the power to enhance cultural understanding and fosters peace and justice on an individual basis.
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High School Visits to University
Teachers, would you like to expose your students to a college campus, college life, international students and international opportunities all at once? Set up a campus visit with our Council to Northern Kentucky University. Teachers can work directly with the GCWAC, to set up a campus tour, an international student panel, hear from an NKU Admissions Office and eat lunch in the Student Union on campus! This is a great way to get students thinking about what they are going to do after high school while exposing them to all the different international opportunities they have in their future!
Global Trivia Game for College or Business
Similar to the Academic WorldQuest competition, the Council will work with a college or a business to host a Global Trivia night on campus for students or at a local business for staff! In this game there are no losers. Everyone wins by learning fun facts about our world that you did not know!
Pricing: 5 rounds of questions in a PowerPoint presentation, plus materials and one staff member to run the event: $1500
NOTE: The Council would need to be connected with a specific group or department on campus or at the business to assist with coordinating the event and keeping registration.
Xavier International Immersion Program
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U.S. – Russia Social Expertise Exchange (SEE)
Independent Professional Project Imitative 2015-2016
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STEM & Robotics Summer Enrichment Camp
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Youth in International Development & Foreign Affairs DC Internship Program
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Cincinnati Sister Cities Youth Ambassador
New Taipei High School Student Exchange Program
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Questions? Contact Jack Chung – firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-576-2547
Internship & Fellowship Opportunities in Europe, South America, and Asia
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Virtual Student Foreign Service (VSFS) Internship
College or Graduate Student
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Ohio Development Agency
“2016 Ohio Export Internship Program”
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*All opportunities (exchange, youth, and business) listed above are not programs created by the Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council (GCWAC).