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    •  
      • Promoting global competence and awareness among current and future leaders in North Carolina
      Mission
      • Education organization established in 1979
      • Affiliate of The University of North Carolina system
      Who We Are
    • We work with two groups
      • Current Leaders
      • Future Leaders
      • Provide global leadership programs for policy leaders and teachers
      • Introduce N.C. leaders to international best practices that they can bring back to North Carolina
      What We Do
      • We’ve taken 8,000 North Carolinians abroad to 48 countries
      • We have worked in classrooms and communities in all 100 N.C. counties
      Our Reach
      • Culturally aware
      • Aware of world events and global dynamics
      • Effective communicators across cultures
      • Effective members of multicultural teams
      Impact: Globally Competent Students
      • Increasing Teacher Knowledge about the World
      • Building International School Partnerships
      • Expanding World Language Opportunities
      Our global work with future leaders
    • Increasing Teacher Knowledge
      • Teacher travels abroad, develops global studies course, takes students to Denmark
      • “ I am able to impact the global perspective of many students and faculty at Murphy High School .”
      • - Jason Forrister
    • Building International School Partnerships
      • Locations of economic and educational importance to NC
      • Students are learning with the world, not just about it
      • 74 total partnerships established so far
    • Expanding World Language Opportuniteis
      • Impact: Teachers prepare globally competent students
      • 45 new Confucius Classrooms
      • N.C. students learn Chinese
      • Students work in multi-national teams
    • Our global work with future leaders
    • Our global work with current leaders
      • Formation of legislative International Business and Trade Caucus
      • N.C.’s first Global Engagement Summit
      • Formation of Jt. Select Committee on Global Engagement: nation’s first state-level strategic plan for global engagement due February 2011
      Impact: Current Leaders
      • The Center for International Understanding
      • An affiliate of the University of North Carolina
    • Contact
      • Meredith Henderson
      • Senior Director of Programs
      • 919-420-1360, ext. 217
      • [email_address]
      web: ciu.northcarolina.edu