July 6 to July 24, 2017.
Offered by the Global Humanities Institute at Montgomery College, in partnership with MC’s Workforce Development and Continuing Education.
Through a series of site visits to think tanks, governmental agencies and NGOs in Washington DC, participants in this course will explore ways to apply global studies beyond the classroom. Site visits, guest lectures, as well as active classroom learning and reflective assignments, students will research and learn about potential career pathways accessible from a variety of degree programs. Sites will include The US Peace Corps, The World Affairs Council, The Pulitzer Center, the Smithsonian Institution, and others. As part of this course, students will create or revise their resumes, and crate e-portfolios reflecting their new knowledge and plans, Reading material will be provided. Scholarships are available to Montgomery College students taking this course.
Cost for this course is approximately $550. This is not a credit-bearing course but credit may be assigned by other colleges, as appropriate.
For details, please contact Dr. Rita Kranidis, Director of the Global Humanties Institute [firstname.lastname@example.org] or check our website.