Global Education and Engagement

DCCCD believes that global awareness is vital for the success and marketability of today’s students. To that end, our colleges actively encourage students to participate in study abroad and other available international engagement opportunities.

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Study Abroad

Loosely defined, “study abroad” is any educational experience, usually for credit, that takes place away from a student’s home college and outside of the United States.

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News and Features

The colleges of DCCCD are always working to connect and collaborate with international entities that affect you, the student. Keep up to speed with the latest:

Dr. Joe May, chancellor, DCCCD, and Dr. Brijender Singh Panwar, president of PCTC, located in India, sign the Memorandum of Understanding that will serve as a framework as the two schools explore international projects and joint educational programs.

DCCCD and India's M.S. Panwar Community and Technical College Sign Agreement

Both schools will explore the possibilities of collaborative reviews of curricula; internship opportunities; credit transfers and development of degree pathways; and student exchanges.

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​Dr. Joe May and Vietnam Association of Community Colleges President Dr. Pham Tiet Khanh

DCCCD Explores International Partnership With Vietnam Community Colleges

DCCCD Chancellor Dr. Joe May met with VAAC President Dr. Pham Tiet Khanh to discuss his vision for furthering globalization and international partnering throughout the DCCCD as well as the greater Dallas community.

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Front row (left to right) – Virginia Arteaga, DCCCD; Annia Keosavang, Laos Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Sokunthea Chhan, Cambodia Human Rights and Development Association; Anita Gordy-Watkins, DCCCD; Teresita Bernales, U.S. State Department (contractor/liaison); Thi Tuyet Mai Pham, Vietnam ASEAN Department; and Irma Kusuma, Multi-Ethnic Education and Economic Development (MEED) Center; Back row (left to right) – Ken M. Tse, Galileo Jumaoas and Urmil Shah, GDAACC; Jonelle John Santos Domingo, Embassy of the Philippines; Terrence Teo Tsu Tang, Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Chaiyot Yongcharoenchai, Thailand “Asian Agribiz”; Danang Waskito, Indonesia Ministry of Affairs; Ngwe Lwin, Myanmar Fauna and Flora International; and Lt. Paul Thai, GDAACC/Dallas Police Department.

DCCCD, GDAACC Host Delegates From the Association of South East Asian Nations

Hosted by the Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce and the Dallas County Community College District, the ASEAN delegation also came to the United States to explore the characteristics of effective international regional organizations and to assess global economic issues.

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Enoc Chicas
Nursing Student
“I have a different perspective on things. I got a chance to explore and learn more about global concerns. I’m going to be able to incorporate that into my career and my everyday life. I want to become a family practitioner and travel to help other countries.”

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Grant Sisk
Project Manager
Global Programming and Relations
Rosana Martinez
Project Manager
Global Economic Development
Megan Harris
Executive Assistant
Global Economic Development

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