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Chicago American Indian Community Collaborative

Through a creative blend of academic and vocational education, and exposure to international business, students in the Career Academy for the International Culture and Commerce will gain the knowledge and skills to be competitive in a future marketplace. The instructional staff utilizes creative and innovative educational strategies to assure that students are exposed to academic learning and career skills essential for entry into a career, advanced education, or technical employment in the global workforce. The faculty reinforces high standards for all students and provides a competency-based assessment and opportunities for applied learning. Students in the Academy participate in field trips to international businesses and locations with multicultural activities. Guest speakers give the students an opportunity to meet people from other countries from around the world and learn the dos and taboos of conducting business with other cultures.

  • The curriculum is a program of study, which prepares students for post secondary education in international business or entry into the workforce.
  • Much like many non profit organizations, CAICC is understaffed, underfunded, and in need of any help that they can get.
  • The Career Academy for International Culture and Commerce Academy is located at Clearwater High School.
  • We seek to maximize effectiveness by creating a forum for fostering mutual aid, political support, positive public recognition, strategic alliances, collaborations, and partnerships.

In the past six years, over 80 volunteers from Sustainable Bolivia have volunteered their time and experiences with CAICC, offering emotional support and after-school care to the kids. Much like many non profit organizations, CAICC is understaffed, underfunded, and in need of any help that they can get. Not everyone can come to Cochabamba to volunteer, but there are other ways to get involved and donating is one of them. Funds will be used to pay staff members, repair CAICC’s bus, or to invest in a permanent home that will house the organization for years to come. The members of the Chicago American Indian Community Collaborative are dedicated to furthering diverse causes and the greater well-being of American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and First Nations people in the Chicago area. We seek to maximize effectiveness by creating a forum for fostering mutual aid, political support, positive public recognition, strategic alliances, collaborations, and partnerships.

Clearwater High School

Since the world is getting smaller due to faster means of travel, people are more likely to travel to a foreign country sometime in their lifetime; therefore, people who can communicate across geographic and cultural borders are more likely to achieve business success. It is a fact that one-third of U.S. corporate profits are now generated through international corporate businesses. One American in six owes his/her employment to foreign trade requiring knowledge of international protocol. Engineers, accountants, attorneys, government employees, and managers all need global literacy skills. Since cultural differences can undermine business relationships, there is a need for multicultural training for traveling executives.

The Career Academy for International Culture and Commerce Academy is located at Clearwater High School. The school has won the Five Star School designation for community involvement from the State of Florida. Our tax-deductible donation will support our efforts to improve the Chicago American Indian community and is much appreciated.

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At the Career Academy for International Culture and Commerce , Clearwater High School students are introduced to the international business environment, as well as the cultural aspects of working and living in a global business community. Studies in the academic classes focus on culture, business protocol customs, marketing, communication, international economics and finance, import and export basics, and the use of technology in business. The curriculum is a program of study, which prepares students for post secondary education in international business or entry into the workforce. The students are immersed in a challenging, comprehensive high school curriculum, with a cross-functional team of teachers in mathematics, social studies, English and business education.

Sixth Annual Urban Native Education Conference:

Join us for a gentle to moderate flow with Renee Zambo in support of Chicago American Indian Community Collaborative. From chicagoaicc.com, members of CAICC are dedicated to furthering diverse causes and the greater well-being of American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and First Nations people in the Chicago area. They seek to maximize effectiveness by creating a forum for fostering mutual aid, political support, positive public recognition, strategic alliances, collaborations, and partnerships. Practice will include mindful breath work, postures for all levels, and acknowledgement of the indigenous population on the land which we live and practice.