Work, study abroad is focus of week, Nov. 13-17
Posted November 4, 2006; 03:52 p.m.
Students interested in working and studying outside the United
States can explore their options during International Opportunities
Week Nov. 13-17.
Panels, workshops and sessions at several locations on campus will provide information on topics such as gaining advantage in the work force by studying abroad, finding an overseas health care internship, practicing international law and starting an international nonprofit. A complete schedule is available online.
The event is sponsored by the Office of Career Services and several other campus groups. For more information, contact Sara Vancil at (609) 258-3325.