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Virtual Study Abroad Fair - February 25 12-8
International Food Night – Student Housing at 8PM
International Conversation Hour – Friday 12PM – Walb 145
Study Abroad Information session with ISA – 11AM in KT 101 and 1pm in walb 145, Wednesday March 4
International Performance Night – Thursday, April 16 – International Ballroom
Study Abroad Walk-in Hours : Tuesdays & Wednesdays 4-6PM, Fridays 1-3
Description: Come learn how to study abroad with information about how to start and what your options are. Students in any major can participate in programs from 2 weeks to 2 semesters, and financial aid often applies. IPFW programs may be highlighted but the advisor will talk about all possible programs. If you can't come, please stop by or make an appointment with Meg Underwood, Study Abroad Advisor in the Office of International Education Walb Union Room 145 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Description of Event: The study abroad fair is a comprehensive information event for anyone interested in learning more about the exciting overseas opportunities available. Study abroad provides students a chance to earn academic credit toward their major, minor, and general education requirements. Additionally, students can enhance their resume with desired cross-cultural communication skills, gain insight about their major, and provide a new perspective on the world and themselves. Any major can study overseas and financial aid may be applied to most programs. The study abroad fair will provide a forum for IPFW students to meet with study abroad program providers and learn more about the opportunities beyond IPFW. Information will be available on over 200 programs in 60 countries, making it the largest event of its kind in northeast Indiana. Free Pizza in Walb 145 to those who visit at least 6 tables, first come first served.
Marketing Your International Skills! YouTube videoMarch 18, 2014 from 12:00p.m. to 1:00
How do you talk about your study abroad trip? Funny personal stories are great for friends, but with a future employer, you must be able to articulate meaningful skills gained. Learn how you can use your study abroad or other international travel and learning experience in writing a resume and interviewing for internships, graduate school, or post-graduation employment. It is important to highlight the tangible skills you've learned in a language that will appeal to employers.
[Presenters: Lyndon Miller,Career Services and Megan Underwood, International Education]
Office of International Education
Walb Student Union 145