Description: Are you interested in teaching English in Thailand this summer? XploreAsia is hosting an info session about this unique opportunity!
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Description: The purpose of this panel is to provide student travelers considerations for international travel as they navigate new and changing country conditions as well as U-M requirements for international travel.
Questions can be submitted in advance through the registration form.
This event is co-sponsored by the Office of the Provost - Global Engagement Team and the International Center.
Description: The purpose of this panel is to provide independent student travelers considerations for international travel as they navigate new and changing country conditions as well as U-M requirements for international travel. While the primary audience is independent student travelers participating on University of Michigan Related Travel (UMRT), the session will be open to all.
Description: Learn about virtual summer internships in Brazil offered through Campus B. The Summer Virtual Internship program runs for 9 weeks (June 14 - August 13, 2021) and offers opportunities for undergraduate students studying engineering, information, computer science, communications and business.
Click here for more information about the Summer Virtual Internship program
Description: Interested in participating in a virtual international internship this summer? At this session, you will learn about the basics of virtual international internships, get resources on how to find such internships, and hear from a panel of current U-M students who participated in virtual international internships last summer! The panelists include:
Description: Are you thinking about living in Canada? Or perhaps you are interested in working in Canada?
Whether you are planning a short trip to Canada, are interested in working Canada, or would like to live there, there are specific requirements and different programs that you should understand.
Description: Learn more about teaching English abroad after graduation through the six different programs listed below! Representatives and/or past participants will share information about what it's like to teach English abroad as a participant in each program!
If you missed our October 29th session on Teaching English Abroad After Graduation, check out the event page for a link to the slides. This event covered general information that is important to know when considering teaching English abroad.
Description: Teaching English abroad can be a cost-effective way to spend a year (or two!) immersing yourself in another culture after graduation. There are many ways to go about teaching English abroad, so we invite you to join us for a session that will cover topics including things to know about teaching English abroad, opportunities to do so, and how to prepare for the experience while still a student at U-M!
Pizza will be provided!