WVC President Officially Presents SAP Scholarships to Students

On Tuesday 7 November 2017 Study Abroad Program held two important events in the WVC Global Citizenship Center: first, certificates were awarded to the fifteen winners of WVC’s Global Citizenship Study Abroad Scholarship to study in France (in January 2018). Both WVMCCD Chancellor Patrick Schmitt and WVC President Bradley Davis were in attendance. Chancellor Schmitt […]

Two Faculty Members Attend EF’s Global Study Symposium

Education First (EF) was founded in 1965, and now, as a leader in global education, it has 500 schools and offices in more than 50 countries in the world. EF’s division, Study Abroad/College Study Tours, invited Drs. Tim Kelly and Dulce María Gray to attend their first Global Study Symposium (in Cambridge, MA), an educational gathering of […]

Study Abroad Program Confirms Study Tours for June 2018

Study Abroad Program has scheduled 6 different opportunities to complete courses and travel to exciting destinations during the month of June 2018: England, Japan, Dominican Republic, Austria, and Finland and the Baltics. The study tour to Dominican Republic includes Service Learning. Students may enroll in these study tours right now. Some of the tours include […]

Dr. Pedro Noguera Visits WVC

After almost two years of planning, Distinguished Professor of Education at the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies and Faculty Director for the Center for the Transformation of Schools at UCLA, Dr. Pedro Noguera will deliver a lecture at WVC. His talk is titled  bf///r/eew Dr. Noguera’s visit was initially organized by the late Herlisa […]

SAP Updates the BOT

The West Valley College Study Abroad Program started officially during spring 2017, after the WVMCCD Land Corporation and the Office of the WVC President responded positively to Drs. Dulce María Gray and Anna Brichko’s proposal to create an official viable and cohesive study abroad program for the college. The Land Corporation and Office of the […]

Study Abroad Program Photo Exhibit

“Perhaps travel cannot prevent bigotry, but by demonstrating that all peoples cry, laugh, eat, worry, and die, it can introduce the idea that if we try and understand each other, we may even become friends.” Maya Angelou, American poet, memoirist, and civil rights activist. During summer 2017, WVC’s Study Abroad Program celebrated a robust inaugural […]