Enjoy an intensive immersion program while living abroad for a minimum of one year.
You will acquire skills required for high paying jobs in the international arena. In this four-phase program you:
Immersion in the language, culture, and local business will enrich your life.
- Develop personal relationships in face-to-face contact with American executives working in the country;
- Complete a "real world project" working with local business contacts in the country of your choice;
- Receive mentoring and training appropriate to your project and your location;
- Become fluent in the local language.
You will develop contacts, an understanding of the country, its business practices, and get to know the people. The experience, contacts, and knowledge you gain will prepare you for a premium income professional position on your return.
Part time work is available. This compensation is adequate to cover modest housing, normal living expenses, and round trip airfare.
Your tuition investment is $4,750.
The program prepares you for a leadership position in the international arena. Foreign residential experience is necessary for global professionals.
You will be totally immersed in cross-cultural undertakings and "real world" business projects for life-long benefits. You will receive on-going guidance from our online mentors and from your local contacts.
Each participant will select a Champion's Project from the following:
Global Learn Day
Champions working in the Global Learn Day project will work along side the local producer of the physical gathering on Global Learn Day in the Celebration City. For October 2003, Celebration Cities include Fiji, Sydney, Bangkok, New Delhi, Abu Dhabi, Jinja (Uganda), Moscow, Harborough (U.K.), São Paulo, San José (Costa Rica), Washington D.C., Honolulu.
The Partner Search project is to recruit a partner to assist in the placement of Franklin's Revolutionary Innovative Enterprise Network Developer (FRIEND®). FRIEND is a 40 foot van, a mobile site for e-learning, e-education and e-work activities. More information on FRIEND is on the FRIEND page.
For more information contact John Hibbs.
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