• MEPI Student Leader Program Culminates in Casablanca

    Students from the Middle East and North Africa convened in Casablanca, for a professional development conference sponsored by the U.S. Department of State

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  • Students Develop Projects to Change Lives

    International students describe ‘special’ learning experience

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  • SEED Students Participate CGI U

    We have a record three (3) SEED students in the CGI U (Clinton Global Initiative University) Bracket Competition this year!

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  • SEED Scholarship Reflections

    Daniel Portillo, SEED scholar from El Salvador reflects on the significance of his scholarship to study at St. Louis Community College.

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  • The Way Back to Yarasquin: Quality Coffee Driving Quality of Life

    Honduran entrepreneur Mayra Orellana-Powell recognizes the need to raise the community to economic sustainability, and ultimately to truly thriving.

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  • New Generation Wants to be Challenged

    Change Management expert Kisha Salters met with graduate students from the Higher Institute of Management at the University of Versailles St. Quentin on Georgetown University’s main campus.

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  • SEED Alumni Particpate at the Summit "One Million Youth For Mexico"

    Young leaders from throughout Mexico, including SEED alumni gathered on October 25 and 26, 2013 to attend the first ever “One Million Youth for Mexico” Summit at the Congressional Center in the city of Querétaro, Mexico.

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  • SEED, Science, and Technology

    The SEED program is proud to share the latest technological contribution that SEED alumnus, Mariano Lopez Zamorano, has made in Queretaro, Mexico.

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  • Street Basketball in Bijeljina, Bosnia & Herzegovina

    In early July twelve Bosnian basketball coaches returned to their homes after a three-week basketball program sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) and Georgetown University’s Center for Intercultural Education and Development (CIED).

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The Center for Intercultural Education and Development (CIED) fulfills Georgetown University's mission to prepare the next generation of global citizens to lead, serve, and change the world. The Center’s, training, education, technical assistance, and public diplomacy exchange programs prepare people and communities to promote intercultural understanding, engage in international cooperation, strengthen civic participation, and support sustainable development. CIED targets diverse populations, from young leaders to senior policy officials, with special outreach efforts focused on under-served populations, ethnic minorities, women, and people with disabilities.

CIED has the breadth and depth to custom-design short- and long-term training programs and workshops on virtually any topic of interest to governments, private enterprise, universities, and non-profit organizations. The dedicated professionals at CIED draw upon deep knowledge and logistical skills to tailor each program to the needs of our clients and funders.