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Learn More About WORKING REMOTELY ACROSS CULTURES Micro-credential
Once you’ve earned a micro-credential, share it widely across various social media platforms (think adding it to your LinkedIn profile), with your contacts, and the greater community – thus enhancing your professional profile. You can also list it on your resume, refer to it in your cover letters, and use it as a talking point during interviews to introduce the skills you have developed.
ABOUT THE Working Remotely Across Cultures MICRO-CREDENTIAL
This micro-credential documents that you’ve developed certain key competencies that the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) has designated as being essential for new college grads. Specifically, it indicates to potential employers that you have demonstrated skills in the areas of:
Identify and respond to needs based upon an understanding of situational context and logical analysis of relevant information.
Equity & Inclusion:
Demonstrate the awareness, attitude, knowledge, and skills required to equitably engage and include people from different local and global cultures. Engage in anti-racist practices that actively challenge the systems, structures, and policies of racism.
Knowing work environments differ greatly, understand and demonstrate effective work habits, and act in the interest of the larger community and workplace.
Understand and leverage technologies ethically to enhance efficiencies, complete tasks, and accomplish goals.
REQUIREMENTS TO EARN THE WORKING REMOTELY ACROSS CULTURES MICRO-CREDENTIAL
Of course, there are specific requirements that must be met in order to earn this micro-credential, including:
Successfully completing each module of the Virtual Global Internship online curriculum (Self Brand, Working Across Cultures, and Reflection & Next Steps), including the tasks as outlined. The course instructor will be able to monitor your progress.
Completing all of your internship work hours and receiving a positive final evaluation from your virtual internship supervisor. The final evaluation will be submitted to the course instructor.
Actively engaging in the weekly Cultural Debrief sessions and check-ins with your course instructor. Your cultural facilitator and instructor will track participation.
Submitting a quality final summative reflection paper as well as the final video, presentation, or similar deliverable which presents the outcomes/results of your internship experience.
HOW TO SIGN UP
If you’re interested in earning this micro-credential, please message your instructor by the beginning of the second week of your internship. In your online classroom, see the Events tab in the left sidebar menu for the exact deadline!
Are you an employer or educational professional? Learn more about specific learning objectives and required activities.