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Security Situation in France: 1/9/15
On Wednesday, January 7, the U.S. Embassy in Paris issued a security message to U.S. citizens regarding the Government of France elevating the threat level for the Paris region in response to the attacks on the offices of Charlie Hebdo, a French newspaper, in the 11th district of Paris. The Embassy issued a second security message regarding two separate hostage situations that have been reported in Paris the afternoon of Friday, January 9 (local time).
Note that Montpellier, the location of the Learning Abroad Center main program in France, is over 450 miles from Paris on the opposite side of the country. The Learning Abroad Center programs in France continue to run without impact. Read more about this situation.
Thursday March 05, 3–4 p.m.
Dig deeper and find out more about Learning Abroad Center programs in Africa and the Middle East.
Friday March 06, 2–3 p.m.
Dig deeper and find out more about Learning Abroad Center programs in the Asia Pacific.
Tuesday March 10, 3–4 p.m.
Live and study in Montpellier, one of France’s fastest growing cities and an emerging cultural and educational center.
Thursday March 26, 12–1 p.m.
Blegen Hall, Room 220
Led by Katie Selby, Associate Director of Student Services: Carlson Undergraduate Business Career Center
You studied abroad, so you will automatically stand out in an interview...right? Not necessarily. A potential employer or graduate school committee member may not have studied abroad or understand the advantage that gives you as an employee/graduate student. It's up to you to effectively communicate the skills and proficiencies you gained abroad. Attend this session to get coaching on how to effectively tell your international stories during a professional interview. Register here to reserve your spot, and visit here for more information.
Friday April 17, 11–12 p.m.
Blegen Hall, Room 125
Led by Angie Schmidt-Whitney, Senior Career Counselor: College of Liberal Arts Career Services
Knowing your personal brand can help you market yourself to future employers, as well as find organizations that are a good fit for you. This interactive workshop will help you determine your personal brand and how study abroad fits into it. Register here to reserve your spot, and visit here for more information.