Thompson Global Internship Program
The Thompson Global Internship program provides an extraordinary experience for LCoB
students to live abroad while earning credit and completing a project for a renowned
international organization, Crown Worldwide Group. Students work in teams with other
similarly qualified students on a significant and meaningful project at Crown's headquarters
in Hong Kong or at one of its other many global locations. Given the Crown Worldwide
Group’s numerous sectors and extensive operations, students may work in a wide range
of business functions and areas. Crown Worldwide Group generously funds student travel
expenses, accommodations and provides a salary and per diem.
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Global Leadership Advancement Center
The Global Leadership Advancement Center (GLAC) is a research and training institute located in the College of Business at San José State University. GLAC was established in 2009, GLAC is funded by the generosity of the Donald and Sally Lucas Foundation.The Center provides research driven experiences for the development of global leadership skills and knowledge. Offerings include the Global Leadership Laboratory (GLLab) and the Global Leadership Passport Program. The GLLab provides assessment, training modules and experiential learning opportunities to educate students and managers to be more effective in global contexts. The Passport Program works with students to build a personal development plan to take advantage of SJSU's global and cross cultural co-curricular activities and courses to develop a global mindset and global leadership skills.
SJSU offers a range of Study Abroad programs for a single semester or the academic year. Programs are available at over 250 universities in 55 different countries. Generally, you pay SJSU fees and take classes abroad, many of which will count towards your degree. The Lucas College provides scholarships to support semester and year long study abroad experiences (generally $500 to $2000). Start by working with the study abroad office (www.sjsu.edu/studyabroad). Once you are accepted into a program, you will receive an invitation to apply for a Lucas College study abroad scholarship.
Faculty-Led Programs (FLP) are overseas courses taught by SJSU faculty from various academic fields for 2 - 4 weeks during the academic breaks of winter, spring, and summer. FLPs typically provide credits of 3 - 6 units. A majority of our programs satisfy upper division GE courses (Area R, S, & V) and major-specific courses. See the program list at http://www.sjsu.edu/gei/flp/programs/summer/index.html for a sampling of the exciting and educational FLP offerings. Many Lucas College students join programs headed up by non-Business faculty but we also have several excellent programs offered by Business Faculty. The College provides scholarships for FLP student participants (generally $500). Start by working with the FLP office and faculty leaders. Once you are accepted into a program, you will receive an invitation to apply for a Lucas College study abroad scholarship.