SIT Graduate Institute

 

The 7th Annual Vermont Vision for a Multicultural Future Conference will take place Thursday and Friday, November 1-2, 2018, in the Stephen and Nita Lowey International Center at the School for International Training Graduate Institute in Brattleboro, VT.

SIT Graduate Institute

SIT Graduate Institute prepares students from across the globe to be effective leaders, professionals, and citizens. SIT’s graduate and professional development programs are rooted in the experiential education model, where learning occurs at the nexus of theory and practice. Students are trained to become highly skilled practitioners who have a commanding knowledge of the theoretical basis of their profession; experience in the field; and an awareness of their own capabilities, values, and ethics.

Throughout its five-decade history SIT Graduate Institute has delivered innovative graduate programs in the areas of peace and conflict transformation, socially responsible management, sustainable development, international education, and teacher preparation. In the late 1960s, SIT introduced programs in teaching English, and in 1971, the school awarded its first master’s degree for the Program in Intercultural Management. The 1970s and 1980s saw a further evolution of programs offered, and the 1990s were marked by an expansion of facilities on SIT’s Brattleboro, Vermont, campus. In 2007, SIT introduced an online option for its MA in international education, and in 2011, it launched an MA in sustainable development in Washington, DC.

Today, SIT Graduate Institute continues to adapt to a changing world and the ever-evolving needs of its students by developing innovative full-time, face-to-face, global master’s degree programs. It remains as committed as ever to the principles of social justice, intercultural communication, and experiential learning.

SIT Vermont Campus

The SIT Graduate Institute is located at 1 Kipling Road, PO Box 676, Brattleboro, VT 05302-0676. Brattleboro, Vermont, is 120 miles (193 km) northwest of Boston, 200 miles (322 km) north of New York City, and 90 miles (145 km) north of Hartford, Connecticut. Brattleboro does not have its own airport but is serviced by bus, train, and/or private shuttle from the regional airports.

 

Driving Directions Within Vermont

Take Exit 3 off Interstate 91 in Vermont. Follow the exit ramp to a roundabout, take the first right out of the roundabout onto Putney Road (Route 5) south. Proceed southbound on Putney Road one quarter mile to Black Mountain Road (traffic light).

Turn right and follow road over I-91 overpass. After two rather sharp curves, Black Mountain Road bears to the left. You bear right onto Kipling Road, to the top of the hill. Turn left at first opportunity — Dickinson Road — and take the first right onto Wallace Way.

Stop at the directory for further directions for parking and building locations.


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