Cross-Cultural Training to Help International Students Stay Long & Finish Strong

Trust the online cultural awareness training universities use to help their students succeed, whether across the country or across the world. Schedule A DemoExplore Go Culture

 

Training That Helps Eliminate Drop Outs & Increase Student Retention.  

Getting an education is hard enough without the added stress of cultural roadblocks. With our training, students can make themselves at home while getting their degrees.

 

Why schools worldwide
Trust Go Culture

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START UP is simple

Our no-hassle set up process makes getting started a breeze

Easy for Students

Our training is super-intuitive and accessible from any device

Student Success

Culturally-ready students means increased recruiting ROI

HOW IT WORKS.
IT’S SIMPLE & EASY.

FOR THE Admin:

SCHEDULE A DEMO

PICK YOUR PLAN (WE CAN HELP)

ACCESS YOUR DASHBOARD

DISTRIBUTE YOUR LICENSE KEYS

Monitor User Progress

FOR THE Student:

RECEIVE YOUR LICENSE KEY

LOGIN TO YOUR ACCOUNT

Take The Assessment

COMPLETE YOUR TRAINING

Win in the classroom

Talk with an ambassador to pick the training plan you need to help your people successfully navigate their next cross-cultural mission.

Pricing

Get the training you need to succeed.

Global Student

STARTING AT

$299

for 500 or more

(includes forever access to Go Culture for Life continuing education program)

Intercultural competence

  • Communication Initiation
  • Managing Change
  • Resilience

External Support

  • Spiritual Support

Leadership

  • Adapting

Go Culture for Life Continuing Ed

 

Research-based assessment

Transition-readiness results

Student-Transition Resources

Targeted Online Training Videos

Training Tip Smart Notifications

Go Culture Certification

Clients Served

Countries Reached

Years of Research

Rate of Accuracy

MEET YOUR
GLOBAL AMBASSADORS

Dalton Dickerson, Go Culture Global Ambassador and Business Cross-Cultural Training Consultant

Bethlehem Hailu Dejene, Ph.D.

Ambassador

A transplant from the East African country of Ethiopia, I have lived…

between cultures as an American and Ethiopian for the past 22 years across major cities in the US. As a former archeologist and currently, as a faculty in the field of anthropology, my research and love for world cultures have taken me on adventures across five continents. I decided to join Go Culture when the classroom felt too small to contain my enthusiasm for sharing experiences of living in third cultures, transitioning between cultures, and learning the culture of higher education. Whether it is in English or Amharic, intermediate Spanish or Arabic, or a bit of French and Korean, I am committed to meet the needs of your transitional process. However, human communication is beyond language proficiency. I hope to use my lived experience to bring compassionate understanding to your specific concerns.

Dalton Dickerson, Go Culture Global Ambassador and Business Cross-Cultural Training Consultant

Abby Chowning

Ambassador

Originally from Castle Rock, CO, Abigail Chowning is a former

missionary, educator, and international student. Some of her most enjoyable experiences abroad were studying in Greece, Israel, Turkey, and the Czech Republic and serving as a member of the English Faculty at the China University of Geosciences in Wuhan, China. She founded and served as the Director and Producer of the Covenant Children’s Hospital Performance series in Lubbock, TX. She also served as the assistant director of the Presidential Lecture & Performance series at Texas Tech University for two seasons. She received a Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre Performance and Technical Theatre from Faulkner University and graduated from Texas Tech University with her MFA in Arts Administration. She currently lives in Lubbock, TX with her husband, Luke, and fur children Missy & Indy.

Dalton Dickerson, Go Culture Global Ambassador and Business Cross-Cultural Training Consultant

Dalton Dickerson

Ambassador

Dalton graduated from The University of Texas at Tyler with a Bachelor of

Science degree in Communication. When he’s not volunteering at church, or spending time with friends, he enjoys doing projects around the house with his wife of three years.