Developing a Faculty-Led Program
Steps to Developing a Faculty-Led Program
You can see more details on the Faculty-Led Program Development Timeline.
- Determine if this is right for you!
- Developing and leading an education abroad program is not for everyone, and that’s okay! It requires significant investment of time in design, development, and recruitment.
- On-site, the faculty member is supported by the program provider, but is still “on call” 24/7, spending 6-8 hours a day with a group of students for an extended period of time.
- Develop an idea and concept
- For some this may be easy, and for some it may be more difficult. The Education Abroad Office is here to assist with this part of the process.
- Faculty interested in developing a program should meet with Anne Frey, Education Abroad District Manager (ext 5691, email@example.com[opens in new window]), to discuss ideas.
- Prepare and submit initial proposal
- If you have reviewed the handbook, met with Anne Frey, and are ready to begin your Initial Proposal, click here to start the online Proposal. (Click on “Faculty – Submit Proposal for Faculty-Led Program” in the left-hand menu. Then click on “I have a username and password” and log in using your MyPCC credentials.)
- The next proposal cycle will be for programs running Spring 2019 – Winter 2020. The deadline for the initial proposal will be January 5, 2018.
- Work with Education Abroad Office on details (throughout winter quarter)
- Education Abroad Office will work with you on feasibility and details of program design
- Education Abroad Office will help submit a Request for Proposal to the selected study abroad provider organization(s)
- Education Abroad will assist in developing final proposal
- Submit final proposal to Education Abroad Review Committee
- The Education Abroad Review Committee (EARC) will review final proposals late March/Early April
- Education Abroad Review Committee recommends approval by Vice President of Academic Affairs and College President April/May
- Start marketing your program and recruiting students to your program!