Architecture for Global Learning
Architecture for Global Learning is a professional enrichment series designed for faculty, scholars, administrators, and other international educators seeking to develop and enhance global learning initiatives at their institutions.
The Academy for International Education
The Academy for International Education is an intensive year-long training program with extensive networking opportunities. The Academy fast forwards your learning process and prepares you to take on leadership roles.
These live, online conversations cover a variety of international education topics. They are free of charge and generally last one hour. A valid NAFSA member login is required to register for all Collegial Conversations.
Offered in rolling sessions once or twice a month, each six-week course is divided into convenient modules. Gain access to valuable resources, worksheets, and glossaries. Learn where to find key resources to continue your learning after the course ends.
NAFSA's live and on-demand e-Learning Seminars offer real-world guidance and resources for professionals seeking solutions and best practices for current international education topics.
NAFSA’s e-Learning Express courses provide you targeted answers to specific topics — in less than an hour.
Government Connection events offer an opportunity to interact directly with federal agency officials about topics affecting international education.
The myCAP© Suite of Resources provides tools to advance the internationalization of teacher education and support faculty members in colleges and departments of education in preparing teachers for twenty-first century classrooms.
The NAFSA Trainer Corps is made up of approximately 300 member volunteers who develop, deliver, and maintain the NAFSA Core Education Program (CEP) curriculum and materials.
NAFSA workshops feature in-depth explorations of international student advising, education abroad, international enrollment management, research, and intercultural skills. They are offered at annual and regional conferences and locally through the On-Site Program.