Educational Partnerships

Relationships are at the center of international education at Shoreline Community College. We partner with institutions and organizations here in the U.S. and around the world to help bring people together so we can share our best ideas and learn from each other.

Institutional Partners

Partnerships with universities, schools, and other educational institutions enable us to facilitate educational exchanges.

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Recruitment Partners

Our recruitment partners are an essential part of our efforts to offer a diverse cultural environment by bringing the world to Shoreline.

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Professional Affiliations

We work with and hold leadership positions in regional and national organizations that support the field of international education.

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Shoreline Community College is committed to preparing its students, faculty and staff to learn, work and live in an increasingly interdependent world.

Shoreline is recognized internationally as an outstanding community college serving local and global communities. We offer a broad range of international education programs and services, including:

  • Non-resident international student services
  • Study- and teach-abroad programs
  • Intercultural learning opportunities
  • International short-term training programs
  • Community based service-learning programs

Each program is designed to increase global awareness, knowledge, and skills for the students and communities we serve.

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International Education

Samira Pardanani
Associate Vice President for International Education and Global Engagement
(206) 546-6940
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Shoreline Community College partners with a number of local and national organizations, including:

  • NAFSA: National Association of International Educators
  • IIE: Institute of International Education
  • NIEA: Northwest International Education Association
  • WCCCSA: Washington State Community College Consortium for Study Abroad
  • CCID: Community Colleges for International Development
  • World Affairs Council