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Build Connections Through the Peace Corps Prep Practicum

Are you interested in or already pursuing the Peace Corps Prep applied minor? Do you have an interest in intercultural civic engagement?  Then, you should register for the January (or August!) Peace Corps Prep Practicum.

Senior Ben Stoos-Tysver participated in …

By Caroline Wagner
Caroline Wagner Senior Career Coach Caroline Wagner
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Student Loans for International Students

At times, our international students may find themselves in need of different funding sources than they had planned on.

Here are a few known sources of student loans for international students.

The Rowe Fund

The Rowe Fund is an educational …

By Candice Quiñones Marshall
Candice Quiñones Marshall Director of International Student and Scholar Services Candice Quiñones Marshall
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Interview Tips for New Healthcare Providers

Even with a fancy degree like MD, PA, NP, RN, or DO, and despite a lot of evidence that shows the world you’re a competent, learned, responsible person, interviewing for a potential job can still be anxiety-provoking. It can be …

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How much is there to know about Togo?

When writing a comprehensive reference volume about a country not well known in the US, should you include biographies of the president’s mistresses?  Are allegations of corruption among the rich and powerful too inflammatory to be included?  How many rap …

By Jennifer C. Seely
Jennifer C. Seely Associate Professor of Politics
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Health Externship Fall 2021 Application

Welcome back! We are excited to return our Health Externship program to in-person experiences within the community.  The program is designed to allow students discernment opportunities within various healthcare fields while gaining necessary volunteer and job shadowing hours for graduate …

By Jessie Pilewski
Jessie Pilewski Associate Director of the Center for Global Health Jessie Pilewski
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Featured Classes

INTD 199: International Student Success

This course provides tools to succeed as an international student at Earlham. We discuss cross-cultural adjustment and communication, classroom expectations,…

BIOL 251: Intro to Nutrition

Jose Ignacio Pareja
This course will serve as an introduction to the science of human nutrition and the relationship of food and nutrients…

EPIC 271: Fellowship Foundations

Roger Adkins
Applying for fellowship funding can be daunting: few of us have prior experience in the best ways to approach this…

EPIC 171:Foundations

Caroline Wagner
The EPIC Foundations course is a required pre-departure course for students participating in Earlham-funded summer internships and independent student experiences…

ELL 205: Seminar on Social Trends

Through reading and discussion of current events, this course focuses on participating and facilitating in-class discussion, building communicative confidence, critical…

ELL 206: Effective Public Speaking and Presenting

Through the creation of a personalized portfolio, repeated whole-group presentations, and reflection, this course focuses on building public speaking/communication skills,…

ELL Reading & Writing Courses

Support for reading and writing skills for English Language Learners is built into specific sections of the required first-year writing…

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(765) 983-1424
Address

801 National Rd W
1st Floor Landrum Bolling Center
Richmond, IN 47374

CGCE Office Hours

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T 8:30am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm
W 8:30am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm
TH 8:30am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm
F 8:30am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm