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Panel Descriptions

International Careers Panel

Often times, studying abroad is a catalyst for future international endeavors. Upon return, many students begin looking for professional pathways that will lead them back abroad. This session will give participants an opportunity to hear valuable advice for a competitive international job market. Experienced panelists from the Department of State, World Bank, Deloitte, Government Accountability Office, and more will describe their jobs, backgrounds, and offer insights into trends in the field. Presentations will be followed by a question & answer session.

View the biographies for the International Careers Panel participants!

Teach/Volunteer Abroad Panel

Looking to go abroad again? Learn about short and long-term teach and volunteer abroad opportunities after graduation.  Panelists who have each taught or volunteered abroad will describe their personal experience and offer insights into other opportunities for you to investigate. Question and Answer session will follow presentation.

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Graduate School, Research, and Fellowships Abroad Panel

If studying abroad has left you wanting more, perhaps an international research or graduate program is in your future. With many such programs as well as fellowships and grant funding, there are many ways to continue “studying” abroad even after you’ve graduated.  Learn about a variety of internationally focused post-graduate opportunities along with insights on how to be a competitive candidate from panelists who represent various degree and scholarship programs. A question and answer session will follow the presentation.

View the biographies for the Graduate School, Research, and Fellowships Abroad Panel participants!


Last modified 09/17/2012