Educator Resources

Educators in the ACE teaching program are ambassadors for their country and bring with them knowledge, culture, and a global awareness to students, peer teachers, administrators, parents and the community. Living and working in the U.S. will require an adjustment period, and Global has provided links below to help educators understand their cultural transition and hopefully make the adjustment effortless and enjoyable. Listed below are areas of interest for you to not only navigate your cultural transition and adjustment, but links for you to enjoy your time when not working!

Working in the U.S.

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Department of Motor Vehicles

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Teacher Licensure and Certification

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Health and Medical

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Living in the U.S.

The official travel and tourism site for North Carolina. From the beautiful Smoky Mountains to glorious beaches, this site allows you to explore trip ideas, stories, videos, photos and interactive maps to help plan your weekend trips or vacations across North Carolina. Areas of interest include Arts and Entertainment, Food and Drink, Music, Shopping, History and Heritage, Kids and Family, Outdoor Adventure and Sport.

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The official travel and tourism site for South Carolina. From historical Charleston’s mossy oaks to the beaches and shopping in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina has a vibrant culture, rich heritage and breathtaking natural beauty. Areas of interest include Recreation, Outdoors, Beaches, Shopping, Music, Museums and Arts, State Parks and Family Getaways.

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Educators in the Academic and Cultural Exchange (ACE) teacher program are ambassadors for their country and bring with them knowledge, culture, and a global awareness to students, peer teachers, administrators, parents and the community. Accepted teachers have impressive professional credentials, strong interpersonal skills and have demonstrated enthusiasm for teaching and sharing their culture with others. It is through these experiences and interactions that teachers will help students gain a greater appreciation for the richness and diversity of people, ideas and viewpoints.

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Regardless of the success in your home country, living and working in the U.S. will require an adjustment period, and Global has provided links below to help educators understand their cultural transition and hopefully make the adjustment effortless and enjoyable. Listed below are areas of interest for you to not only navigate your cultural transition and adjustment, but links for you to enjoy your time when not teaching!

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