The Gateway to Georgetown Program was pleased to host a high-level executive program in Strategic Communications for graduate students and academics during the first week of August from Chile’s Adolfo Ibáñez University. The program offered 5 days of classes and site visits to organizations in Washington DC, including the Department of State, the American Petroleum Institute, LinkedIn and Facebook, among others.
Georgetown University's Center for Intercultural Education & Development (CIED) is proud to partner with the LAREQUOI Research Center for Management of the University of Versailles to bring together researchers and thought leaders in responsible leadership and management for a two-day conference at Georgetown University on June 15-16, 2017.
CIED recently hosted eight Honduran students from the U.S. Department of State English Access Microscholarship Program. Throughout their one week visit to Washington DC area, CIED provided opportunities for the students to learn about U..S. civics and volunteerism.
CIED's Gateway to Georgetown collaborated with the Snack Food Association to arrange the one-and-a-half day long Emerging Leaders Program from Oct. 25 - 27. The program featured sessions conducted by experts from Georgetown University, the Food and Drug Administration and the U.S. Department of Agriculture among others.
A group of 26 international MBA students from the University of Versailles (France) visited the manufacturing facility for Chesapeake Bay Candle as a part of their week-long executive curriculum with the CIED Gateway to Georgetown program.