The Global Training Initiative at NC State wrapped up the spring semester of the International Cultural Leadership Project (ICLP) with a picnic in Pullen Park.
The ICLP had its busiest semester to date with 43 events, which is 100+ hours of programming. Students spent more than 2300 hours participating in activities over the course of the semester. There were 115 students who received certificates of completion for doing at least 10 hours of ICLP activities, including 65 NC State students and 40 SKEMA students. The top participant was Andre Ramos, who’s studying at NC State as part of the Brazil Scientific Mobility Program. He completed 63 hours of activities this semester and won an iPad mini for his efforts.
This semester, students participated in a wide range of events including movie screenings and discussions, Arts NC State performances, a trip to the International Civil Rights Museum in Greensboro, NC State basketball and baseball games, language exchanges, as well as volunteering with Habitat for Humanity, Service Raleigh, and the SOUL garden at NC State. The GTI also took students to a Durham Bulls game after watching and discussion the classic film “Bull Durham.”
See an interactive summary of the ICLP’s spring semester, or the infographic below: