“How-To” Career SeriesBuy It
You’ve lived abroad. You feel alive when you explore other cultures. You love being surrounded by people who are passionate about international education. You were born to learn and teach.
But you’re having a hard time finding that PERFECT international or intercultural education job.
- Have international experience and dream of working in the field of international and intercultural education
- Have been laid off, recently graduated or are working in a job you don’t love
- Need affordable advice about a career in study abroad, intercultural training or consulting
- Feel frustrated that your passion and experience have not yet translated into a meaningful career
- Have considered consulting, but don’t know where to begin
- Crave honest feedback about what the work in international education, intercultural training or consulting entails, including the “good, the bad and the ugly”
- Are tired of hearing people say that it is impossible to be hired in this economy
Here’s what we’ve got for you:
- Three 1-hour teleclass recordings (that you can download and listen to at your convenience)
> Class # 1 :: How to Work in Study Abroad
> Class # 2 :: How to Work as an Intercultural Trainer
> Class # 3 :: How to Work as a Global Education/Intercultural Consultant
- 98 pages of innovative handouts and resource lists that go way beyond links to websites
- Bonus resources
- Honest answers to questions like: What’s a typical “day in the life”? What kind of training or education do I need? Where can I get this training? What are the best and worst things about this work? What kind of skills do I need? What are the travel opportunities? (and more…)
You will finish this series
- Having a more holistic understanding of each career option.
- Better prepared for your job search and interviews.
- Eager to create actionable steps toward your goal.
- Confident that you are moving in a logical direction towards your goals.
This is a series of go-at-your-own pace “instant-access” teleclasses based on the live classes we held in late 2011. As soon as you register, you’ll receive an email with a link to our private members-only website that you can access as often as you like 24/7.
You’ll have access to the teleclass recordings plus handouts chock full of tips, hints, and resources. You’ll get bonus resources as well.
Oh, and did we mention that you get lifetime updates for free? Yes, you read that right! Whenever we refresh the program you will have full access to every update. Most people make you pay for “version 2.0″, but we’d like to give it to you on the house.
What are the advantages of a go-at-your-own pace teleclass? You get the class recording + handouts now – so you don’t have to wait for the next live class (if we even offer it again) to further your career. You can listen to the whole thing in one afternoon…or take your time. And, since this is a teleclass instead of a webinar you’re not chained to your computer. You can download the handouts + recordings to your computer or iPod and get a head start on your career of your dreams while you jog, grocery shop or do the dishes!
Is the “How-To Series” for you?
You’ll find the tips, hints, and practical strategies especially useful if you are…
- Seeking a career change
- A graduate student
- A recent college graduate
- Career adviser
- Life or career coach
- Education mentor
- An adviser or trainer who is frequently asked about their work in international and intercultural education
- Hiring manager who doesn’t have extensive experience in international and intercultural education
With over 15 years experience in international education as a teacher, intercultural trainer, and program developer, Cate has consulted and delivered workshops for a variety of organizations such as EF Educational Tours, VIF International Education, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Michigan State University, World View, New Mind, and others.
Cate is President of SIETAR-NC and was recently elected to the SIETAR-USA Advisory Board. Originally from Oregon, Cate lived in Germany for nearly four years, and has worked and traveled throughout the US, Europe, the Caribbean, and Latin America. She currently lives in Carrboro, NC.
Missy Gluckmann is the founder of Melibee Global Education Consulting. Her blog, www.melibeeglobal.com, is where she shares stories, tools and coordinates seminars for international educators. Missy also developed an international speaker series for those who want to inspire their students and communities. She is also a passionate cross-cultural trainer.
A graduate of the MA program in International Education Administration at the School for International Training in Vermont, Missy lived abroad twice (Switzerland and England) and has traveled to more than 20 countries. She has advised and administered study abroad programs at New York University, Marymount College (now Fordham University), Rockland Community College (SUNY) and Western Connecticut State University. She left the university arena for four years to serve as an Account Executive and Human Resource Consultant at Cartus, one of the world’s largest relocation companies.
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Just for Fun: A Little Perspective
3 things that cost more than 1 teleclass:
:: Filling your car’s tank with gas
:: A night on the town (dinner and drinks)
:: A pair of shoes
3 things that cost more than the 3 teleclasses combined:
:: Filling your SUV’s tank with gas
:: A great night on the town (dinner, drinks, transportation and a movie)
:: A really nice pair of shoes!