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By IERC Education Foundation
Baseball International Internship pilot for HBCU students gains support of two organizations interested in boosting HBCU graduates' outcomes.
By IERC Education Foundation / DRSEA
MLB’s Dominican Operations have agreed to work with the DRSEA/IERCEF internship program in identifying and securing teams to participate in the innovative pilot program.
The Dominican Republic Sports & Education Academy (DRSEA), and the IERC Education Foundation (IERCEF) today announced the creation of a pilot program to place interns from U.S. colleges and universities in the baseball industry in the Dominican Rep.
By IERC Education Foundation
Livingstone College has hired a man with extensive international affairs experience to establish the N.C. Study Abroad/Global Engagement, a consortium of North Carolina’s historically black colleges and universities.
By IERC Education Foundation
Research produces strong evidence that African-American college students who study abroad have significantly higher graduation rates than similar students who did not
By IERC Education Foundation
The Efforts of NC SAGE Members to Ramp-Up Study Abroad Participation
By IERC Education Foundation
NC HBCUs Are Demonstrating Their Appetite for Education Abroad
By IERC Education Foundation
Increasing study abroad investment means focusing on its potential problem-solving and employability value.
By IERC Education Foundation
Latest figures shows only a .8% drop in 2008/09 U.S. student participation.
By IERC Education Foundation
New partnership seeks “institutional diversification” to give students of Minority-Serving Institutions (MSIs) same competitive “leg-up” as traditional study abroad participants.
By IERC Education Foundation
Students earning online HBCU degrees must have the same international edge as if they attended a SAGE Consortium member school.
By IERC Education Foundation
IERC Education Foundation via its new North Carolina Study Abroad/Global Engagement Consortium is going to put a new "intervention tool" to the test while addressing student employability
By IERC Education Foundation
Eleven Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are in a remarkable position to gain access to study abroad programming in 2011 via International Internships

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