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The Global Citizenship Program invites applications from DCCCD students to participate in the DCCCD 2020 Global Citizenship Alliance Seminar for Students.
The Seminar is a week-long intensive seminar where you will meet with peers from other colleges and universities to participate in lectures, discussions, and projects which will:
Sessions are held in the home of the Salzburg Global Seminar in the historic palace of Schloss Leopoldskron in Salzburg, Austria. You will be housed in a historic hotel on the property.
More information is available through the following websites: Salzburg Global and Global Citizenship Alliance (http://globalcitizenshipalliance.org/).
For the 2020 session sponsored by the DCCCD, students must meet these qualifications:
How much does it cost?
The cost of your participation (approximately $4,500 per student) will be paid by the DCCCD college you attend. Your room and all meals during the seminar will be provided as well as transportation between Dallas and Salzburg. You will need to have your own funds for meals en route and for personal expenses.
Contact your college's Phi Theta Kappa advisor to obtain the application. Once completed, submit all required paperwork to your Phi Theta Kappa advisor at your college by March 6, 2020. (If you do not have a US Passport, you should apply for one at this time. Please note that your passport must be valid for six months beyond the end of the trip.) In addition to the application itself, you must provide two letters of recommendation:
Finalists will be interviewed, with final delegates to be notified by March 13, 2020.