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Curricular Practical Training: Creating Best Practices - Rec

As the U.S. Department of Homeland Security threatens new guidance and scrutiny of curricular practical training (CPT), it is more important than ever that designated school officials understand CPT regulations and how to integrate them with their institution’s curriculum and academic rules. This webinar will provide practical information for creating or revising CPT practices and policies for institutions that have cooperative education programs. In addition, webinar presenters will review best practices for communicating this policy to administrators, faculty, staff, and students.

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Curricular Practical Training: Policies and Practices - Rec

The focus of this webinar, the second in a series, is institutions that authorize curricular practical training (CPT) for activities that are integral to but not required by the curriculum, including alternate work-study, internships, or cooperative education. Discussion topics include: the legal foundations of CPT; institutional policies and practices (including forms); and effective communication of practices with students, faculty, staff, and training providers or employers.

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Demonstrating Value: Success Strategies for IE Leaders

International education programs bring quantitative and qualitative benefits to our communities, engage our students in meaningful interactions, and help us learn more about the world in which we must compete and thrive.

Communicating the relevance and value of international education (IE) with clarity is crucial if we are to meet increasing challenges and respond to questions regarding the growth and sustainability of the field.

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Developing Proficiency in Intercultural Communication

Intercultural communication has been identified as a cross-cutting competency within the field of international education. Developing intercultural skills is essential for those who support international students and scholars. Developing Proficiency in Intercultural Communication is a four-part NAFSA e-Learning Express Course series, which provides professionals within the field the opportunity to strengthen their skills and experience in order to become more successful in their work.

Express Courses Included in this Series:

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Developing the Cultural Component of Your EV Program - Rec

Recent discussions emphasizing the importance of cultural activities for exchange visitors have raised questions among Responsible Officers. In this webinar Michael Freeman, Dana Bleau, Esq., and Steve Springer will provide tangible solutions for ensuring the best cultural programming experiences possible by reaching out to intentionally meet the needs of the differen exchange visitor profiles and provide appropriate, compliant programming for each. The presenters will also cover how to keep the records that you will need for your annual report.

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Engaging Students, Faculty, and Staff with Sustainability

In celebration of Earth Day 2016, join experts in a NAFSA Global Learning Conversation, presented in partnership with the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars. Discover the ways in which your campus can empower students, faculty, and staff to think and act in ways that benefit local communities—communities that are embedded in a globally-interconnected world.

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Financial Strategies to Recruit, Support, and Retain.. - Rec

While the majority of international students rely on family support to pay the full tuition price, many students often encounter financial circumstances beyond their control and need extra support to continue their studies. Presenters Aline Orfali and Abe Schafermeyer discuss how their institutions provide funding for international students, ranging from scholarships to tuition remission strategies and innovative work study programs. Orfali and Schafermeyer describe the programs that exist on their campuses, clarify alternative ways to support and retain students, and share ideas on how to gain institutional buy-in for assisting students who encounter unforeseen economic situations.

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Finding Your Way: Navigational Tools

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Fostering International Student Success in Higher Ed

This book examines international students' needs through the use of quotes, anecdotes, and reflection questions. It offers specific strategies, resources, and activities for responding to common instructional challenges.

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Friendship With An American Host (Pack of 40)

Informative, eye-opening guide for international students, offering insight into common U.S. customs, ways to engage with their host and peers, and how they can take action and get involved.

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