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Below is a list of workshops or courses which focus on studying, training in, providing professional experience, or facilitating networking in any fields related to Southeast Asia. These are differentiated from academic or professional conferences. These workshops/courses may or may not provide funding. For funded opportunities, click here.

If you have a workshop you would like to promote on this page, email us or fill out our event submission form!

Postings are removed from this page after their deadline has passed. New workshops and courses are highlighted bi-weekly in our email newsletter.


Hawaii State Judiciary Seeking Court Interpreters – Mandatory Workshops Spring 2019 – Variable Dates

The Basic Orientation Workshop (BOW) is the first of three mandatory minimum requirements to interpret in the Hawai‘i state courts. The BOW is a two-day orientation seminar which provides an introduction to the requirements of the Hawai‘i State Judiciary Court Interpreter Certification Program.

Teacher Workshop: Puppetry in the Classroom | PAAC – Pacific and Asian Affairs Council – Register by March 15

This interactive teacher workshop is open to all K-12 teachers of Hawai’i. Participants will learn about Asian and Hawaiian puppet traditions, experience hands-on workshops, discover strategies to incorporate puppetry in the classroom, and gain access to resources in the community. Download the workshop flyer here.

“Thai Community in Globalized Context”, Summer Short Course – Apply by March 15

The 30-day course offers students not only a chance to learn what Thailand is good at but also to perceive cultural diversity or “Thainess” in Thai society.

Fall 2019 Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) Professional Fellows Program – Deadline: March 30

Fall Program Dates: October 12 – November 23, 2019 Sponsored by the US Department of State Hosted by the American Council of Young Political Leaders About the Professional Fellows Program In 2019, ACYPL will design and implement two Professional Fellows Programs (PFP) around the theme of Governance and Society for 50 international participants from Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor Leste, and Vietnam.

CFP – Gender in Southeast Asian Art Histories Workshop 2019 – Deadline: April 1

Drawing upon the successes of the “Gender in Southeast Asian Art Histories” conference held at the University of Sydney in October 2017, this second iteration is designed as a two-tier yearlong series of workshops and panel discussions continuing the discussions on gender and sexual difference in the studies of art history and related fields, jointly hosted by Chulalongkorn University and University of Sydney.

Çudamani Summer Institute 2018 – Study Music & Dance in Bali! – Apply by May 1, 2019

Over the years Dewa Putu Berata and Emiko Susilo have refined their approach to teaching a diverse student body. Their pedagogy is unique in Bali and supports the beginning student as well as those who have studied Balinese Gamelan and Dance for many years.

Summer Service-Learning Programs In Cambodia – Rolling deadlines

During the GSC Cambodia Program, students will gain hands-on community service project experience while living and working with the local people, in and around the capital city of Phnom Penh.