Civic Engagement for Expatriates

Civic Engagement for Expatriates ImageThanks to ongoing support from the Eli Lilly & Company Foundation and a partnership with Indiana University’s Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, The International Center is now recruiting expatriates for the Civic Engagement for Expatriates program. An extension of The Center’s suite of international relocation and expatriate services, CEE provides a year-long civic engagement leadership training for expatriate leaders.

The program, offered at no charge to the expatriated employee or their employer, will commence in February 2017. Participants will have the opportunity to develop their leadership profiles and enrich their experiences as global leaders as they learn to share their talents with the civic community. International assignees with high potential in leadership roles who are able to give a 2+ year commitment to non-profit board service are highly encouraged to apply for consideration.

 

The Program


In this blend of formal and informal engagement experiences, international expatriates will begin their development with a six-month formal educational program delivered by faculty of The Fund Raising School at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, complemented with opportunities for mentoring and networking with non-profit leaders. The program will culminate with match-making between the participants and civic community organizations, hosted by The International Center.

The Participants


  • International assignees working at global companies or organizations
  • Employees in leadership roles
  • Permanent transferees OR able to give a 2+ year commitment to non-profit board service

To Learn More


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Click here to download a PDF brochure.

Additional questions can be directed to Hannah Day.

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