York College of PA to Host International Educational Counselors on June 17

York College of Pennsylvania will host international educational counselors on its campus on June 17 through an educational exchange called The Global Educator Program (TGEP). 


"As the COVID-19 pandemic subsides, York College has seen its quality academic programs attract a significant increase of attention from the international community,” said Christian DeGregorio, director of international recruitment. “This is another example of that, and we are very excited to host Collegey's Global Educator Program (TGEP) on our campus."


TGEP brings international educational counselors to the United States and provides them with the opportunity to learn about American culture, its landscape, and society through a series of meetings, travel, and discussions on college and university campuses. The Program also gives American higher education institutions the chance to showcase their programs, facilities, and vision to a visiting cohort. The 2022 TGEP cohort represents India, Singapore, Mauritius, and the United Arab Emirates.



International and intercultural exchange opportunities like those offered by The Global Educator Program promote openness, perspective-taking, and the value of diversity in approaching the world’s problems. In addition, students develop more interest in American institutions when international educators bring their lived American experiences back to their native countries. TGEP's goal of building stronger and more meaningful ties may also be seen in the higher degree of engagement that American university representatives show when they in turn visit the cohort's home countries. These connections bring people together and facilitate understanding not only in times when all are in agreement, but they can also bridge differences in times of crisis.


Established in 1787, York College of Pennsylvania is a private, four-year college located in the city of York, a hub of arts and industry between Baltimore and Philadelphia. Housed on 190 picturesque acres, the College is known for its focus on experiential learning and community engagement, serving over 3,500 undergraduate and 400+ graduate students in more than 70 baccalaureate majors, along with 30+ professional graduate degree and certificate programs. Deeply rooted in the liberal arts and recognized for excellence in its professional business, education, engineering, and nursing programs, York is ranked among the nation’s Best Value Schools by U.S. News. The College’s robust recreation and athletics program is among the best in the region, and is home to 24 NCAA III Division sports teams and 30+ intramural sports. A Princeton Review Best Northeastern College, York prides itself on its experienced, engaged faculty; its high-impact and student-centric philosophy; and its long-standing commitment to affordability and accessibility.


Mary Dolheimer, Chief Communications Officer

717-815-1584, 717-577-0810 (cell) or mdolheim@ycp.edu