Description: "Engineering is a global profession." Yes, yes, you may have heard this time and again. But, seriously, what does that mean? You might not end up living or even traveling abroad for your job so what does this have to do with you. Come to this panel and networking session with guests from industry and academia to hear about how and why their work is global. Whether you've had an international experience already or not yet or are an international student, this session is for you!
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Description: Join us at this Peace Corps information session to learn about Peace Corps service, hear about volunteer experiences, and gain tips to guide you through the application process.
Please register here!
Description: Panel discussion including professional degree alums who are using language study in their field of study. Targeted to professional school students but open to everyone. Language and area studies programs will also be invited to join a small fair after the panel discussion.
Description: Growing numbers of Americans work in developing countries as volunteers or as employees of government agencies, NGOs and charities devoted to humanitarian aid. Many of these activities are meant to address gaps in the health care available to communities with limited resources; some provide direct patient care, while others address more systemic issues such as access to vaccines and/or training to increase the number of local health care professionals.
Description: The International Opportunities Fair is an annual fair focusing on the following types of opportunities:
- Internships Abroad
- Volunteering Abroad
- Teaching Abroad
- Post Graduation Opportunities
This year, the fair will be held virtually, via Handshake!
Description: Global health offers a range of career possibilities, from academia, to the non-profit, governmental, and for-profit sectors. Come hear about some career opportunities and learn how to better prepare for the global health careers of the future.
Description: Panel discussion with alums who are using language study in their field of study. Targeted to undergraduate students but open to everyone. Language and area studies programs will also be invited to join a small fair after the panel discussion.
Description: Take your professional development to the next level with an intern or research abroad experience. Co-sponsored by the Engineering Career Resource Center and International Programs in Engineering, this panel event will feature students and staff ready to introduce you to a range of international internship and research opportunities for engineers. Students will also share how they landed an internship and made the most of their time working abroad.
Description: This panel will cover funding options for overseas internships and research opportunities, for both undergraduate and graduate/professional students. Representatives of several U-M funding offices will provide information, and you will be able to meet with them individually.
Description: A presentation on international internship opportunities for University of Michigan undergraduates, provided by Ross and LSA administrators. Students who participated on internships in past years will speak to their experiences while on the internships, including daily life, takeaways, and budget. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A over Cookies, where students can mingle, have refreshments, and ask particular questions to administrators and past participants.