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International Services

International Services and Service Learning supports the creation, development and facilitation of programs, activities, study abroad opportunities, intercultural exchanges and events which will prepare our learners with a foundation to create a broader understanding of the world in which we live.

Study Abroad

Study Abroad Application (PDF) »

Study abroad instructions and FAQ (PDF) »

As part of NMC’s Global Awareness initiative, we offer opportunities in the following areas for short-term (less than three week) opportunities abroad. Each of these has different criteria and may be associated with different programs.

2017 Experiences:

Ecuador-Galapagos: Biology – led by Greg LaCross, May 8–17, 2017

Ecuador-Yunguilla: Business and Culinary – led by Jane Zlojutro (Business) and Bob Rodriguez (Culinary), May 8–17, 2017

Italy (Sicily): Culinary - led by Fred Laughlin, May 920, 2017

Mexico: Construction Trades and Solar Energy – led by Dan Goodchild, Spring Break, 2017

Morocco: Humanities – led by Jim Bensley, May 1830, 2017

Funding for opportunities can be accessed in a number of ways. The Global Opportunities Fund Scholarship is a scholarship available to NMC students and faculty.

View, fill out and print the student application PDF form here »

Partnerships

NMC has developed partnerships with the following international organizations. These associations allow NMC to participate in the following cross cultural experiences: Faculty exchange, internships and study abroad. The list of partners will be updated as further developments are finalized and agreements are defined.

Global events

The Office of International Services and Service Learning hopes to continue to expand intercultural connections for students enrolled on our campuses. To this end we are partnering with a variety of programs to arrange presentations, experiences and events that have a global focus. The following links are excellent sources for scheduled opportunities:

Stand out in a job search: study abroad »

Want a way to stand out from the crowd when it's time to look for a job?

Consider a study abroad trip. Students who study abroad find a job twice as fast as those who don't and earn $7,000 more, according to 2012 studies.

Read more on the Explore NMC blog »

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