Mark Your Calendars!
International Education Week Celebration
International Teas and Tastes
Monday, November 14th - 9am to 11am
Worrell Lobby, Central Campus
Stop by to taste different teas and pastries from around the world. Mingle with international students and learn the significance of International Education Week.
Global Issues Forum - Culture Shock
Tuesday, November 15th - 9:30am to 10:30am Tate Hall, Central Campus
Join Global learning for a discussion on culture shock, what it means and how to manage it. Domestic students and international students can all relate as they learn about values, beliefs, customs and behaviors of other cultures.
"Global Citizen" Meet and Greet
Wednesday, November 16th - 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Overcash Center Lobby
Enjoy refreshments with students, faculty and staff. You will learn who among you speaks another language, has visited another country and practices being a “global citizen”. International attire is encouraged! Click here to .
!NUEVOlution! Latinos and the New South - Porch Session
Thursday, November 17th - 11am to noon
Tate Hall, Central Campus
CPCC will host porch exhibits from Levine Museum’s !NUEVOlution! from November 4th through December 2nd on the Central Campus quad. Divided into four different sections based on the concept of encuentros, or exchanges, the ¡NUEVOlution! exhibit allows visitors to connect southern history to their individual experience in an increasingly Latino New South. As part of the display, Global Learning will host a Porch Session led by a Museum Educator to facilitate the discussion in Tate Hall during International Education Week.
Tour of Daimler
Friday, November 16th 1:30pm Cleveland, NC
Take a tour of the Daimler Facility in Cleveland, NC! This German company is one of the largest producers of premium cars and the world’s biggest manufacturer of commercial vehicles with a global reach. See this great company up close! Spots are limited, please email Daniela.Weinert@cpcc.edu for reservations and details by November 4th.
Global Student Association - Student Club
Last Tuesday of each month
Join our Global Student Association student club to learn about different cultures and participate in multi-cultural events. This student organization is great for international students and students who have an interest in study abroad. It is a great way to connect and create a sense of unity for global learning. If you are interested in being a part of this student club, please complete the
Investigate these links for free or low cost events in the Charlotte community
- Charlotte International Cabinet - sign up for their email updates for events throughout Charlotte
- World Affairs Council of Charlotte - Interested in tickets? Let the Global Learning Office know. Events labeled "TMS" or The Magellan Society are frequently free or low cost and great for networking.
- International House - Several community based events with volunteer opportunities
- Cultural Associations