“The issue of creating globally competent educators wasn’t something previous generations had to face, but it’s a very real issue now, and its importance is growing. Our goal as teachers is to prepare students for all aspects of life — for personal, social, and professional success — and today, that means preparing them to be global citizens.”
— David M. Moss, Neag School Director of Global Education
Training the next generation of teachers to think globally is essential for a well-rounded teacher preparation program. Yet life-changing opportunities to study abroad are not available to all students due to the additional cost.
Dedicated to ensuring that its graduates are fully prepared to serve as productive and socially conscientious global citizens in the years to come, the Neag School continues to expand its international partnerships with institutions worldwide, offering students invaluable opportunities to live and study abroad in any of four locations across the globe.
Your support for the Empowering Women Through Global Education Scholarship will provide critical financial assistance for continuing female students in the Neag School interested in participating in a Global Education study abroad experience.
Learn more about the meaningful Global Education experiences our Neag School students have enjoyed:
- Special Education Abroad: Teaching in U.K. Classrooms That Offer ‘Safe Space for Recovery’
- 10 Questions With Three Future Teachers Studying in South Africa
- A Closer Look at the London Study Abroad Teaching Internship Program