Internationally-recognized trainer and first IACP President, Pauline Tesler, has recently been appointed to the Fulbright Specialist program, a prestigious program of the U.S. Department of State offering funded cultural exchanges in more than 150 countries (excluding the United States).
This means that Collaborative groups around the world can now submit applications to the Fulbright program to bring Pauline to their communities for low-cost 2-6 week projects of training, coaching, or mentoring.
You could also combine this program with an IACP Introductory Interdisciplinary Training. Join Pauline and IACP Executive Director Anne Tamar-Mattis for a one-hour question-and-answer session to learn more about the program requirements and how to apply.
The live Q&A will be held twice on September 26th. If you cannot make the live events, register anyway! We'll send each registrant a link to the video recording.
September 26th 10am - 11am PDT
September 26th 6pm - 7pm PDT