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What does SIT stand for?

SIT stands for School for International Training (Brattleboro, VT, USA)

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The students, all undergraduates, arrived in Oman on January 28 to take part in a School for International Training (SIT) Study Abroad programme, which is attached to WLC, called Political Culture and Economic Develop-ment in the Gulf.
Passionate about intercultural relations, Cousteau received her masters in international and intercultural management from the School for International Training.
Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and a master's in international administration from the School for International Training at Brattleboro, Vt.
In May 2005, Bellamy will become president and CEO of World Learning and its School for International Training, where she will continue her work on behalf of those in need and in the service of promoting the importance of democracy, social justice and economic development as bridges for peace.
Speaking on this year's theme, Literacy: A Path Out of Extremism, are Hussein Hassouna, ambassador for the League of Arab States, Frank Dall, Institute for Educational Studies at George Washington University and former UNICEF director of education for the Middle East, Samdani Fakir, School for International Training, former director of training at BRAC, Bangladesh, and IRA's president, Tim Shanahan, professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago.