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Office of International Affairs

Career Education & Professional Development

The Office of Career Education & Professional Development (CEPD) is committed to guiding all TC students and alumni throughout the different phases of the career development process.

Whether you are entering a new field, advancing within your current profession, or changing directions, CEPD will help you identify and develop the skills and resources needed to achieve your career goals.

Share Your Work

Teachers College is interested in profiling faculty, students, and alumni engaged in international work. Please take a moment to complete the form below. Your information may be shared on the International Affairs website.

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If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Portia Williams, Executive Director for International Affairs (pgw2102@tc.columbia.edu).

Student Resources

Free or low-cost immigration legal help is available from a number of organizations in New York:

Many other organizations provide important timely information about the evolving immigration situation and the rights of immigrants:

 For more information, please visit http://www.tc.columbia.edu/messages/international-student-resources/

International Travel Grant

 

Funded by OIA, the International Travel Grant is for intended to support travel-related expenses for conducting research, fulfilling internships, presenting at conferences, or participating in other academic activities outside of the United States.

 

The spring 2019 application is closed.


 

We are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2019 application cycle:

 

Tenzin Arya

MA student in International Educational Development

Department of International & Transcultural Studies

Destination: Yangon, Myanmar

 

Chanwoong Baek

PhD student in International & Comparative Education

Department of International & Transcultural Studies

Destination: Norway & Korea

 

Martha Blanco

PhD student in Social Studies Education

Department of Arts & Humanities

Destination: Belgrade, Serbia

 

Lucia Caumont-Stipanicic

PhD student in International & Comparative Education

Department of International & Transcultural Studies

Destination: Montevideo, Uruguay

Eunji Lee

EdD student in Art & Art Education

Department of Arts & Humanities

Destination: Vancouver, Canada

 

Alexa Rodriguez

PhD student in History & Education

Department of Arts & Humanities

Destination: Porto, Portugual

 

Lea Silvert

MA student in Clinical Psychology

Department of Counseling & Clinical Psychology

Destination: Quito, Ecuador

 

Marissa Wong

MA student in International Educational Development

Department of International & Transcultural Studies

Destination: Nablus, Palestine

 

TC Grants

The Office of Student Affairs is excited to launch a new grant for TC students. The TC Student Leadership Grant (include hyperlink to flyer) recognizes and encourages outstanding student leadership.   Because you might know a few students that have made impacts on our community, feel free to encourage them to apply.

 

Applications are open until April 1, 5 pm EST. The grant provides an award of $500.

 

More information about the grant can be found on the OSA website.  Questions can be directed to studentaffairs@tc.columbia.edu