The USC Center on Public Diplomacy (CPD) has over ten years of training the world's public diplomats through our cutting-edge professional education program which integrates academic scholarship and real-world problem-solving.
The 2016 two-week program reflected the fast-changing diplomacy landscape while providing a wide range of hands-on skills and analytical capabilities essential for high-impact public diplomacy practice. The 2016 summer curriculum included:
CPD launched it short-term training program, CPD Mini-Course in Public Diplomacy, in May 2015. The module, "Effective Public Diplomacy: Evaluation and Impact" provides participants with a working knowledge of research and analytical tools needed to develop and implement successful public diplomacy programs.
Training takes place in the USC D.C. Office (701 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W.) over three days and attendees will:
Applications accepted now through April 1.
This unique three-day program equipped participants with working knowledge of research and analytical tools needed to develop and implement successful public diplomacy programs.
Find out what new areas CPD has added to its upcoming Summer Institute which runs from July 5-17, 2015.
A diverse array of backgrounds represented at “Effective Public Diplomacy: Evaluation and Impact” 2015.
Check out these two exciting opportunities to engage with CPD in D.C.