Virtual and Online Student Programs

Applied Global Leadership Certificate Program: Virtual Exchange

July 13-24, 2020

The GTI is hosting a virtual exchange program in partnership with Zhejiang University’s Honors College (China) and King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Gifted Student Program–KGSP (Saudi Arabia) on Applied Global Leadership. This program aims to help students: 

  • Learn the essential skills needed for effective leadership
  • Identify and develop your personal strengths 
  • Practice skills for effective teamwork
  • Articulate a personal vision and cultural values
  • Consider future applications to a local or global challenge

Participants should plan on spending approximately 2 hours each day online in live programming, working in small groups, and/or individual reflection. The daily meetings for this course will be held between 8:30-10:00 AM Eastern Standard Time (exact start times TBD).

Apply HERE by July 6th.  For more information, contact Melissa Edwards Smith.

Other Virtual Programs

The Global Training Initiative offers various online options for international interaction and intercultural learning for our campus community and global partners. Complement your teaching or learning goals with our online workshops and courses.

What We Offer

  • Stand-alone e-learning modules as course components for NC State University faculty
  • Single workshops and discussion facilitation
  • Week-long training programs and skills development
  • Semester-long virtual exchange facilitation among global partners
  • Custom e-learning solutions

What We Cover

  • Global Skills and Cultural Competence
  • World Cultures
  • Global Leadership
  • Academic Poster Presentation
  • Global Entrepreneurship
  • U.S. American Higher Education
  • Technical Writing
  • Interfaith Engagement

GTI and NC State University utilize a number of e-learning platforms and channels for our training and development programs. Prices for our online content depend upon the customization of the content as well as the level of interactive facilitation. Research suggests that a combination of asynchronous content and synchronous facilitation leads to the best e-learning outcomes.