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PCC Study Abroad hosts study abroad advising tables, study abroad scholarship workshops, and program informational meetings at our four main campuses throughout the academic term. Please refer to the study abroad advising link on this site for more information.
Office of International Education and Study Abroad Events
PCC Study Abroad Scholarship Workshops
Check out the Study Abroad Scholarship Workshops page to review the current schedule of workshop offerings.
Critical Language Scholarship Visit on Nov. 6, 2012
Tuesday, November 6th, 2012
9:00 - 10:00 AND 12:00-1:00pm - BOTH in Cedar Room on Sylvania Campus
This scholarship is for fully funded language programs in a variety of locations, including Japan, China and Russia. For additional details, visit the Critical Language Scholarship website.
Annual International Education Week
Kickoff Banquet: Friday, November 9th at 6:00
The opening event of International Education Week will happen on Friday, November 9th with the International Celebration Dinner honoring the F-1 International Students attending PCC with ethnic foods, various performances from local bands and artists, a fashion show by the international and the Rock Creek Multicultural Center students, and raffle of prizes. Tickets are available (limited number of free tickets available to international F-1 students) at any Office of International Education. The International Celebration Dinner will be at the Rock Creek Campus Events Center in Building 9; the dinner will start promptly at 6 p.m. with live entertainment throughout the night until 9 p.m. Tickets can be obtained at the Office of International Education in SSB 214 (Cascade), Bldg. 3 Room 223 (Rock Creek), and CT 103 (Sylvania). Tickets are limited!
International Week Events: Tuesday, November 13 - Friday, November 16, 2012
PCC Study Abroad and the PCC Office of International Education will be hosting various panels and workshops during this year's International Education Week. The theme this year is "Thinking Globally, Inspiring Locally". Workshop topics include panels of study abroad student experiences, a panel about the Oaxaca faculty development program for PCC faculty and staff, a workshop on "finding money for study abroad", information about a women's collective in Oaxaca, Mexico, the benefits of bilingualism, and many other interesting international topics.
Attending international week events is a great way to learn more about a variety of international topics, to be connected to globally-minded people at PCC and to dream a little of how big and exciting our world is! For more information, feel free to contact Domenica Mendoza Bueno at 971-722-7535.
All events are open to the public.