What do you want to do?

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Challenge yourself! Open the doorway to exciting international opportunities and build the fundamental skill set that will make you successful.

Take your career to the next level! If you’re serious about your international career trajectory, it’s time to put on your research cap, ramp up your job search and build a killer resume.

Change your life in a single semester! Studying abroad is the quickest and most effective way to build cross-cultural skills and expand your personal and professional horizons.

Broaden your perspective while wearing a business suit. An internship abroad can give your international outlook – and your career – a major boost.

Whether you’re determined to save the planet or you just want to have an enriching international adventure, volunteering abroad is an exciting and rewarding way to experience another country.

Tap into your entrepreneurial personality, take control of your international experiences and build key career skills while soaking up the cultural riches of the world!

With a billion people in the world who want to learn English, the doors are wide open for native English-speakers to teach abroad and fulfill their international objectives.

Experience the diverse cultures of the world! Set the wheels in motion for your next journey abroad and open yourself up to the many opportunities for cross-cultural learning that await you.

Fall in love with languages! Knowing two or more languages proves to international employers that you are capable, adaptable and committed to working internationally.

Being a truly international person requires more than just wanderlust! Your international skill set will set you apart from the crowd.

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All travel has its advantages. If the passenger visits better countries, he may learn to improve his own. And if fortune carries him to worse, he may learn to enjoy it.
Samuel Johnson , poet, essayist
Volunteered in Mexico
St. Ambrose University