CIE Summer Welcome Picnic
Tuesday, June 7, 4:30pm-6:00pm, FREE!
Join us in kicking off the summer with dinner, yard games, music, and friends on the CIE Back Patio! All are welcome, please feel free to bring family & friends.
Day Trip to Boulder, Colorado
Saturday, June 18, 9:30am-3:00pm, $10
See beautiful & unique Boulder! Located in downtown, the Pearl St. Mall is a unique spot with many shops, restaurants, and even street performers. Venture a few blocks down to get the freshest local produce from the Farmer's Market, or relax in the shady park. Don’t forget to bring money for lunch.
Greeley Stampede Rodeo Show
Saturday, July 2, 11:00am-5:00pm, $15
Join us for Greeley Classic! Watch cowboys and girls rope, ride, and race in class rodeo events like barrel racing, calf roping, and bull riding. The Stampede will also have carnival rides, music stages, and carnival foods. Don’t forget to bring your sunglasses & money for lunch!
4th of July Picnic
Monday, July 4, 12 Noon-2:00pm, FREE!
Join CIE for a 4th of July Picnic at Glenmere Park! Head over after the Parade and enjoy classic “American” summer food, games, friends, and fun. Please feel free to bring any Frisbees, balls, or other activities & don’t forget your camera and sunscreen.
Estes Park Weekend
5:00 pm Friday, July 8 - 2:00 pm Sunday, July 10, $65
Join CIE for a weekend get-a-way! We will be staying at Old Man Mountain, a UNC cabin nestled in scenic Estes Park and enjoying a hike in Rocky Mountain National Park around Bear, Dream, and Nymph Lakes. You won’t want to forget your camera to capture all of the breathtaking views! Please bring money for dinner Friday, and lunch Sunday. Packing list will be emailed out to participants.
International Ambassador Program
Interested in Helping an International Student Adjust to the USA this Fall?
Join the International Ambassador Program
The International Ambassador Program focuses on creating a mutual learning opportunity between Americans and international students. Ambassadors help international students' adjustment to living in the United States by providing both support and friendship through correspondence that begins even before international students arrive on campus. In return, international students have the opportunity to share their unique cultures, experiences and perspectives with their domestic mentors. Through this collaboration, both mentors and international students enhance their intercultural communication, leadership, and global awareness skills.The initial commitment is one semester with the option to extend for multiple semesters.
Friendship Family Program
This is a cultural exchange between International students at the UNC and local families who are interested in developing international friendships and furthering their cross-cultural awareness.
Friendship families do not provide living accommodations. Instead, families get together with student for different activities such as dinners, movies, sporting events, sightseeing etc. Friendship families provide a family environment for students away from home.