Welcome to SEAP's Outreach Office!
Southeast Asia outreach is part of the Southeast Asia Program (SEAP)'s core mission. SEAP is a U.S. Department of Education National Resource Center (NRC) dedicated to teaching the languages of Southeast Asia and furthering understanding of the history, culture, and societies of the region.
SEAP works with the Einaudi Center's other regional programs to offer professional development for K-12 teachers, as well as faculty at community colleges and schools of education. We partner with community colleges and schools of education, offering funding to faculty projects aimed at internationalizing curricula. Find out about all of the Einaudi Center's outreach opportunities for educators.
We offer access to area-specific resources from each Southeast Asian country. We invite you to borrow books and materials from our lending library and culture kits, and to make use of our curricula! We also offer opportunities to partner to develop and pilot-test curricula, with coaching for K-12 teachers to address Common Core standards. Our scholars cover many disciplines and are eager to share what they know!
If you are interested in internationalizing your curriculum and have thought about featuring Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Laos, Cambodia, or the Philippines, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can help you tap into the array of talent and Southeast Asia expertise at Cornell. We welcome feedback on any of our materials. Explore this website and learn more about Southeast Asia and the program's resources!