Study Abroad as a Public Good: Identifying and Enhancing Students’ Professional Growth Through International Experience

Nov 6, 2019
3:30 pm - 4:45 pm EST

Study Abroad as a Public Good: Identifying and Enhancing Students’ Professional Growth Through International Experience

Underrepresented college students seek a return on their undergraduate education investment and place high value on experiences that bolster employability. In this session, participants will reflect upon career-enhancing opportunities available in study abroad and global internships and discover strategies to help students take advantage of these resume-boosting opportunities. The session will also cover methods to enhance equity and extend global education opportunities to students traditionally underrepresented in study or internships abroad.

Chair
Michelle Pickard, Institute on International Education

Presenters
Julissa Contreras-Martinez, CUNY York College
Theresa Gagnon, U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs
Ryanna Miller, Gilman International Scholarship Program Aluma
Joseph Rienti, Fordham University