Northeast Global Education Center
The mission of the Northeast Global Education Center at Salem State is to help educators bring a global perspective to schools within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The center provides programs, projects, workshops, pre-service and in-service training, resources, and consultation to administrators, teachers, librarians, and counselors as a means of promoting competence in international issues, cross-cultural awareness and content strands of the preK to 12 curriculum.
As a member center of the Massachusetts Global Education Consortium, the Northeast Global Education Center at Salem State provides services to the northeast region of the Commonwealth.
Professional development programs, institutes, workshops, and seminar and lecture series
The Northeast Global Education Center offers a variety of programs that grant professional development points to Massachusetts educators. Workshops, lecture series, seminars, and institutes are posted in the consortium newsletter and on the center's web pages, as well as through a membership mailing list.
Educators interested in being included on the mailing list for these events should contact the center's administrative assistant, Mary Jane Anderson.
Newsletter and Web Page
For information on regional communities, center events and issues concerning global education
Consultation to school-based programs
The Northeast Global Education Center is one of six resource centers of the Massachusetts Geographic Alliance. As an outreach program of the National Geographic Society, the center supports and infuses geographic education in the school curriculum from preK through grade 12.
NGEC Fall 2012 Events
NGEC Spring 2013 Events
Dr. Louise B. Swiniarski, professor, Education, 978.542.6534
Dr. Richard T. Anderson, professor emeritus, Geography, 978.542.6044