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.
I have one piece of advise I give to students who ask me about my study abroad experience. Go somewhere crazy! I mean it, if you are going to give up your wonderful life in Athens for a year, a semester, a summer, do it for something that is going to change your life forever.… Read More Nontraditional Study Abroad Opportunities
I taught my students how to carve a jack-o-lantern last week. … Read More Fake it ‘Til You Make it by Sara Luehring
Welcome to final exam season here in India, where exam schedules are announced a week before exams start and you risk being thrown out if you do not wear a tie to a test. … Read More Testing, Testing: Final Exams in India by Gabe Weinstein
So…today let’s play a little game. We will call it.. American or Aussie? You get to guess if it’s something that’s typical of American culture, Australian culture, or both! I bet you’ll do great.… Read More American or Aussie? by Sara Luehring
Get to know our Fall Semester Foreign Correspondents. Be sure to follow our blog for updates on all of their adventures abroad. Destinations include India, Africa, Australia and Chile.… Read More Introducing: Fall Semester Foreign Correspondents!
By Nicole Bersani, Office of Education Abroad Publicity Assistant “I want to be fully immersed into another culture,” said Danielle Limon, OHIO freshman majoring in journalism, French and Spanish. Limon came to the Office of Education Abroad’s Study Abroad Fair on Oct. 10, 2011 with the intention to find not only one but two study… Read More Hundreds of programs in more than 50 countries for one day: Study Abroad Fair 2011