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Cross-Cultural Conversation Connection (CCCC)
ESOL Faculty and Staff
Applicants will be contacted for more info shortly after the Spring 2013 semester starts.
Applications will be accepted until Friday, January 25th. After submitting your application, you will be contacted about your partner and the kick-off party which usually takes place around the fourth week of the semester.
This program is designed to match international students with an American student to practice English, learn about one another's cultures, make friends, and find activities to do with one another.
First Name: Family Name:
AmericanInternationalCountry: Native Language: Other Languages:
Age: Gender: Male Female
Email Address: (Campus) Phone Number:
Graduate: Undergraduate: Faculty/Staff: Other: For students (intended) major:
Are you required to participate in the CCCC Program in a class? Yes No Extra Credit? In which class and who is the instructor?
What preference (s) do you have about your partner's gender, language, country, age or major?(We will try our best to fulfill these preferences but it may not be possible because it depends on the people applying).
Have you participated in CCCC Program before? Yes NoIf yes when?
How did you hear about the CCCC Program?
The Cross Cultural Conversation Connection is a program intended to help students learn about other people, places, cultures, and languages while forming new friendships. Differences are part of what make this program a unique and enriching experience. All participants must therefore be respectful of their partners’ different personal, religious, and social values.
I agree to abide by the spirit of the CCCC program. Yes No