How studying abroad has helped me nail interviews and land amazing jobs.

By Lindsey Barrett, Peer Advisor in the Office of Global Opportunities Let Me Explain… One thing that many career-prep workshops might tell you is that company’s tend to look for similar traits – leadership, empathy, organization, transparency, etc. Many job interviews will ask questions that allude to how you possess these traits. There are a few… Read More How studying abroad has helped me nail interviews and land amazing jobs.

Hands Off the Tummy: A Lesson in Pride and Study Abroad

By: Brandon Brooks, Peer Advisor in the Office of Global Opportunities, Chubu University 14-15 academic year The spirit of traveling abroad is much more easily accessible to those who do not let their sense of pride prevent them from experiencing new, different, and often valuable perspectives of the outside world. Although I spent months planning… Read More Hands Off the Tummy: A Lesson in Pride and Study Abroad

Interning Abroad: My Helpful Hints on Working in a New Country

By: Ryan Kline, Peer Advisor in the Office of Global Opportunities 1. Find an organization and location that speak to your personal and academic interests. Do your research! Traveling abroad is so much fun, but can be cumbersome if you are not doing something you’re invested in!  Find a city that matches the things you want… Read More Interning Abroad: My Helpful Hints on Working in a New Country

What does international education mean to you?

International Education could easily be defined as education that occurs internationally; but it carries with it so much more than that. College students are bogged down with the word “education” everywhere they go – and honestly, it doesn’t sound very appealing. Mostly, the word “education” carries expectations, stress and a lot of times, debt. For… Read More What does international education mean to you?