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The globalEDGE team is back for the 2020-2021 academic year, and we are excited to restart our monthly newsletter. With all of the changes going on as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, it is important to keep a close eye on the news and we are motivated to provide our readers with essential and thought-provoking knowledge.

How Economies Around the World are Recovering from the Pandemic – By: Ellie VanDyke

COVID-19 continues to dominate headlines and play a major role in how economies around the world are being run. Without a doubt, this is the greatest economic disturbance many countries have seen in decades. This blog explores how different countries in Europe, Southeast Asia, and North America are recovering, along with their overall performance today.

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Course Syllabi Update

The Course Syllabi section of the globalEDGE website has been updated to reflect the most up-to-date versions of international business syllabi. In a world where education is being pushed online and many students may be opting to take time off or pursue an education that is provided at home, these resources are a great way to learn more about how college-level courses are organized and what content they include.

Community College Conferences Update

New community college conferences have been added and updated in the globalEDGE Academy section for the 2020-2021 academic year. As organizations navigate the difficult new environment of in-person and virtual events, be sure to browse these conferences for an idea of where, when, and how events can be attended this year.

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Rio Hondo’s Digital Badge Program Helps Students Refine Job Seeking Skills

As a counselor, Vanessa Chavez spends a lot of time thinking about how students can be as polished as possible to ultimately land the job or internship they want. Thanks to her hard work and leadership, high school and community college students can learn critical skills and earn digital credentials to display on their LinkedIn profiles or other online portfolios.