For graduate students and professionals who want to prepare themselves and their organizations
to excel in today’s competitive global work environment.
Open to all SJSU students, this program assesses their global skills and steers them
to campus courses, programs, speakers, and experiences that prepare them for global
Students from all areas of study can learn vital skills and knowledge necessary to
be effective leaders and achieve success in any organization. Undergrads can earn
an Interdisciplinary Minor in Global Leadership & Innovation and graduate students
and professionals can enhance their career potential with a Certificate in Advanced
This initiative leverages the symbiotic relationship among Silicon Valley innovators,
social entrepreneurs, non-profits, foundations, universities, and governments to build
a collaborative network that innovates for the good of the local community.
A rich repository of new and notable books, articles, field studies, bibliography,
symposia, and research awards pertaining to global leadership.
Assessment center that develops global skills in professionals and student groups
via assessments, simulations, coaching and action learning.
The Global Leadership Company Consortium seeks to attract corporate sponsors to become partners in GLAC's Global Leadership Fellows Program, where exceptional SJSU undergraduate business students participate in comprehensive,
cutting-edge global leadership skills development and training. Sponsoring companies
gain access to GLAC retreats, workshops, peer-coaching, webinars, events, and design
guidance on their in-house global leadership development, as well as mutual mentoring
experience with student leaders to eventually fill their global leadership talent
pipeline. GLAC seeks 10 such sponsoring companies to join the Consortium in 2019. For more information on becoming a sponsor, contact email@example.com or Joyce Osland at (408) 924-3583.
The Fellows Program includes design thinking and social innovation in both local and
global settings. It also incorporates mutual mentoring on diversity issues. Company
sponsors will provide students with a unique opportunity they could not otherwise