Claudia Diaz Carrasco is an educator conducting community research about intercultural competence in the Inland Empire area of Southern California. She is also the 4-H Youth Development Coordinator for the University of California Cooperative Extension in Riverside County.
I met Claudia last year when I took her five-week intercultural competence workshop. I learned a lot from Claudia and I am thrilled to introduce you to her today.
How can freelance educators develop intercultural competence?
How can independent educators partner with community organizations?
What’s one way independent educators can create a summer program without establishing a large operating budget?
Let’s find out.
Get the Transcript — Claudia provides so much insight into the issue of intercultural competence that a transcript was prepared for this episode. There’s no need to take notes at a frantic pace. Download the transcript here.
Professional Development Opportunity — Claudia Diaz Carrasco and Tania Marien are investigating community interest in a 4-week online workshop specifically for freelance environmental educators.
Are you interested?