Association of China-US Cultural Communication and Education
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With an aim to help professionals and students build up a strong career development and international networking, ACCCE has launched premier professional development programs. Through intensive high quality training seminars, top-level meetings, and real-world practices, these programs are powerful catalyst for participants to pursue a successful career. 
 

   

    Core program I: Internship program in Washington DC and the United Nations  

   
核心项目1: 华盛顿(联合国)实践
                      

       
       
       通过一系列与实践密切结合的强化训练,华盛顿(联合国)实践项目旨在让计划来美深造的中国在职人员及学生在实战中深度了解美国政府的日常运作及政治体系、 美国社会问题、国际关系、媒体制度、新媒体、策略传播以及政府公关,并从工作中汲取大量行业经验,锻炼过硬 的跨文化交流传播能力,建立广泛的人脉关系。

    
   实践人员将持有与美联社、路透社、CNN等新闻机构 工作人员相同的通行证,自由进出国会山、白宫、高等法 院等政府核心部门或位于纽约的联合国总部参加会议、采访政府官员,并完成当天安排的新 闻报道任务。工作期间,实践人员还须参加定期业务能力培训,并在实践项目结束时,完成 一项评估综合能力的结业项目。项目形式可为多媒体新闻深度报道、微电影、纪录片、科研课题等。 
       


   

  
  

   Core program II: Cross-cultural communication skill training in Washington DC 

   核心项目2: 华盛顿跨文化交流技能培训


      华盛顿(哥伦比亚特区)跨文化交流技能培训项目邀请美国新闻媒体、跨文化传播、国际关系、政府公关等领域的业界资深人士与在职人员及学生开展研讨会,并通过富多彩的跨文化交流活动,让培训人员充分体验美国的政治经济文化生活,在学习与实践中提高跨文化交流技能。项目期间,培训人员还将深入国会山内部办公区,现场观摩美国两院会议,了解美国政府、民众最关注的政治经济问题,并有机会与国会议员、参议员座谈,讨论中美关系、中美文化差异等问题,获得第一手美国政府运作模式信息。
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   培训团在美国国家新闻俱乐部与美国青年新闻工作者合影


  Core program III: Organizational/business leader training and exchange

  核心项目3: 企业领导及员工高端培训交流

       根据组织单位要求,ACCCE可为单位、团体或个人量身订制旨在推进领导能力、组织能力、 合作能力等方面的拓展培训项目,并协助单位、团体或个人发、发展美方合作资源,为中美企事业单位之间的长期交流合作搭建坚实桥梁。

  成功案例:2013年中国幼儿园园长赴美考察交流活动

       
       2013年10月8日至10月18日,ACCCE组织中国幼儿教育考察团在华盛顿哥伦比亚特区、纽约、波士顿进行了丰富的交流活动。期间,考察团参观了华盛顿、纽约的数所幼儿园,并与美方幼儿园领导、教师及相关政府部门负责人展开深入交流,汲取了第一手美国幼儿园管理及幼儿教育先进经
验,为未来中美幼儿教育机构之间的长期合作打下了基石。此外,考察团与哈佛大学幼儿教育研究中心、美国研究院、《芝麻街》制作团队、PBS公共广播电视台儿童节目栏目组进行了座谈,学习了解美国幼儿教育前沿研究成果。交流中,考察团也为美国通行在幼儿教育研究与实践方面提供了自身一些行之有效的相关经验。
             

                           
                       
                         马里兰州国会议员斯腾尼·霍耶会见考察团


         在这次考察交流活动中,考察团参观马里兰州著名非营利教育机构朱迪中心所属幼儿园、小学引起了当地媒体的广泛关注。包括《南马里兰州报》、南马里兰州在线、马里兰州查尔斯公立学校学区公报在内的媒体纷纷对此访问进行了详细报道。

Youngest lend wisdom to delegation from China

Mudd preschool students play host to visitors

The youngest students at Dr. Samuel A. Mudd Elementary School
helped welcome a group of educator
s from China as they visited the United
States, stopping in several states on the East Coast learning about
early childhood education through the Association of China-US
Cultural Communication and Education organization. The group of
education professionals visited Judy centers 
Friday in St. Mary’s and
Charles counties.
Leigh Stalter, Judy centers coordinator for Charles County, said the
group visited the centers to get an idea of ho
w pre-K and 3-year-old programs
are run so that they can take the information back to China for
possible implementation. 
Judy centers are early learning centers that
provide educational opportunities to children and their families f
rom birth
through kindergarten. All Judy centers in Maryland are grant funded. Charles
County has three Judy centers at Eva Turner, C. Paul Barnhart and
Mudd elementary schools.
The group visited a 3-year-old program, pre-K and kindergarten classes as they were having science lessons.
Irene Ran, senior educational consultant with ACCCE, said the things the group learned while at Mudd are “quite amazing.”
She said early childhood education is very different in China and that the U.S. early childhood programs are more developed. Ran said in the U.S., particularly with the Judy centers, the focus is not just on a child’s intelligence but also on her emotional psychology. She said she and the group were interested in the way the community is involved in early childhood education here and that the programs work with low-income families. Ran said in China rarely are free meals provided to children from low-income families. Ran said the group enjoyed seeing the “interactive and creative curriculum.” She said the group took a lot of photos and video of lessons and the designs on the walls to take back with them.
After visiting the classes, the group met with Del. John L. Bohanan Jr. (D-St. Mary’s) to hear about how K-12 education is funded. 
Bohanan said Maryland has about 5.9 million people. “That’s a small city in your country,” he said. There are 23 counties and the city of Baltimore. He said $5.8 billion from the state’s general fund is spent on education in the 24 jurisdictions, which he said averages to about $14,500 per student. Those figures, he explained, do not include funding for colleges and universities.
Bohanan said from 2003 to 2006 the state “increased dramatically the amount we give to K to 12.” He said there is a cost share among the state and the 24 jurisdictions. He said Maryland is also one of 11 states that provides funding for school construction. Bohanan said the figures he provided were funding with state and local jurisdictions, but there was also a federal funding piece.
The group asked Bohanan and school staff about reading programs and other questions regarding early childhood education. 
Staff went over some methods used in the school system for teaching a student how to read and how students are assessed. 
Stalter said the group was interested in how teachers assess student growth. After their visit, the group continued on their trip, stopping in Philadelphia, New York and then Boston before heading back to China.

       想进一步了解ACCCE的特色高端项目如何协助或您的组织、机构创造辉煌历程吗? 更多细节请联系我们的中国项目总监Irene Ran。Email:irene_ran@accceonline.org
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