The GCI Seminar 2020
Opens Dec 2 2019 12:00 AM (EST)
Deadline Mar 16 2020 11:59 PM (EDT)
Description

The GCI Seminar 2020

Eligibility

  • Current secondary school educators and administrators
  • The format of this program is entirely in English. Sessions include group discussions and active class participation. Therefore, to succeed, Educators must possess a highly developed proficiency in spoken and written English. 
Commitment

  • Must commit to attend the Seminar in Palo Alto, California in and around the Stanford University Campus from July 28 - July 31, 2020, in its entirety
  • Complete all pre- and any post-program requirements
What GCI is looking for

  • Educators aspiring to include Discussion-Based Learning, Design Thinking and Human Connectivity (the GCI Method) in their classroom
  • Educators interested in preparing students for leadership roles and initiating positive change in their own communities
Application Timeline

 Application Opens
 Monday, December 2, 2019 at 12:00AM EST
 Application Closes
 Monday, March 16, 2020 at 11:59PM EST
 Offer Letters Sent Out
 On a rolling basis
 All Forms and Tuition Due
 Monday, May 11, 2020 at 11:59PM EST
Cost

Tuition for the Seminar is US$3,400
  • Tuition covers all organized activities, workbooks, required reading and transportation between Seminar venues
  • Travel to and from Palo Alto, California, United States and lodging during the Seminar are not included
    • GCI will offer special discounted rates for lodging at or near the Seminar venue
  • A limited number of need-based scholarships and grants for travel and lodging are available


The GCI Seminar provides secondary school educators with a unique opportunity to expose them to an ethics-based leadership curriculum while engaging with students from around the globe who are participating in the GCI Summit, GCI's flagship event and the launchpad for the 10-month GCI Fellowship. The Seminar will be led by faculty from Phillips Exeter Academy, Harvard Business School, Stanford University and/or other prominent schools. 

Educators will receive an introduction to the GCI Method (a research-based curriculum, which is reviewed annually by researchers from Harvard Graduate School of Education, Phillips Exeter Academy faculty and other notable educators), observe a Discussion-Based Learning class in action, participate in a Design Thinking Workshop and a leadership case study, shadow students as they develop their "Glocal" Service Projects and join a collaborative session on ethics.

The application for the GCI Seminar 2020 opened on Monday, December 2, 2019 and will close on Monday, March 16, 2020. Offer letters will be sent on a rolling basis, priority will be given to those who submit all required materials at an earlier date.

Check out the GCI website at www.globalci.org

Apply

The GCI Seminar 2020


The GCI Seminar 2020

Eligibility

  • Current secondary school educators and administrators
  • The format of this program is entirely in English. Sessions include group discussions and active class participation. Therefore, to succeed, Educators must possess a highly developed proficiency in spoken and written English. 
Commitment

  • Must commit to attend the Seminar in Palo Alto, California in and around the Stanford University Campus from July 28 - July 31, 2020, in its entirety
  • Complete all pre- and any post-program requirements
What GCI is looking for

  • Educators aspiring to include Discussion-Based Learning, Design Thinking and Human Connectivity (the GCI Method) in their classroom
  • Educators interested in preparing students for leadership roles and initiating positive change in their own communities
Application Timeline

 Application Opens
 Monday, December 2, 2019 at 12:00AM EST
 Application Closes
 Monday, March 16, 2020 at 11:59PM EST
 Offer Letters Sent Out
 On a rolling basis
 All Forms and Tuition Due
 Monday, May 11, 2020 at 11:59PM EST
Cost

Tuition for the Seminar is US$3,400
  • Tuition covers all organized activities, workbooks, required reading and transportation between Seminar venues
  • Travel to and from Palo Alto, California, United States and lodging during the Seminar are not included
    • GCI will offer special discounted rates for lodging at or near the Seminar venue
  • A limited number of need-based scholarships and grants for travel and lodging are available


The GCI Seminar provides secondary school educators with a unique opportunity to expose them to an ethics-based leadership curriculum while engaging with students from around the globe who are participating in the GCI Summit, GCI's flagship event and the launchpad for the 10-month GCI Fellowship. The Seminar will be led by faculty from Phillips Exeter Academy, Harvard Business School, Stanford University and/or other prominent schools. 

Educators will receive an introduction to the GCI Method (a research-based curriculum, which is reviewed annually by researchers from Harvard Graduate School of Education, Phillips Exeter Academy faculty and other notable educators), observe a Discussion-Based Learning class in action, participate in a Design Thinking Workshop and a leadership case study, shadow students as they develop their "Glocal" Service Projects and join a collaborative session on ethics.

The application for the GCI Seminar 2020 opened on Monday, December 2, 2019 and will close on Monday, March 16, 2020. Offer letters will be sent on a rolling basis, priority will be given to those who submit all required materials at an earlier date.

Check out the GCI website at www.globalci.org

Apply
Opens
Dec 2 2019 12:00 AM (EST)
Deadline
Mar 16 2020 11:59 PM (EDT)