A leadership retreat for administrators, directors of global studies, and coordinators of travel abroad and community service. Tuition includes meals and lodging.
Tuition is all inclusive aside from airfare and insurance fees.
Under the Flatirons...
Each autumn, we host a four-day seminar for educators in the majestic Rocky Mountains of Colorado, focusing on best practices in global education.
What are the best practices for managing risks involved in facilitating student travel? How do we add value to each multicultural opportunity at home and away? How do we facilitate activities that encourage empathy, self-awareness and leadership in our students?
In the Rocky Mountain Seminar we bring the best of our training practices to you and offer a toolkit of activities and lessons that you can share with your faculty and students either in the classroom or in the field. We are excited to share what we have learned in our thirty years of experience facilitating global experiential education programming.
Our Rocky Mountain Seminar is an interactive salon that encourages participants to come with tools that have been successful in their global programs to share with others.
Seminar tuition includes food and lodging. Please plan to arrive in Boulder by 5:30 pm on Wednesday, and to depart Boulder after 1 pm on Saturday. Local ground transportation to from DIA is possible via public transportation on the RTD Skyride (1 hr).Sample Itinerary
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Don't re-invent the wheel. Instead, do yourself a favor and go to this conference...Kurt Meyer Rocky Mountain Seminar
This was, by far, the best professional development program I have ever had the chance to be a part of.Maren Anderson, Director of Experiential Education, Drew School Rocky Mountain Seminar
The Rocky Mountain Seminar was wonderful and much better than other professional seminars I have been to. The intimacy of a small group meant that everyone’s voice was heard and I learned as much from other participants as the presenters themselves.
Rocky Mountain Seminar