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Career Integration Resources


    Advising Resources for Students 

    • At the University of Minnesota, we view Career Integration as the intersection of student development, career planning, and campus engagement.  We have developed resources to help guide students beforeduring, and after their experiences abroad.  
    • CEA Global Career Development program 
    • Enhance Your Overseas Experience

    • Career Benefits of Study Abroad, IES

    • Returnee Resources, Northwestern

    • Buchholz, Ron. “Unpacking Your Study Abroad Experience.” Career Spotlight. University of Wisconsin- Whitewater. 5 March 2012. Web. 12 April 2012.

    • Gradel, Kim. “Using Your International Experience to Get a Job.” IIE Passport. Web. 12 April 2012.

    • “How to Market Your International Experience: Cover Letters, Resumes, and Interviewing Tips.” Office of International Affairs. Ohio State University, n.d.Web. 12 April 2012

    • Larsson, Kimberly. “Packaging Your International Experience.” Abroad View (Fall 2008): n.pag. Web. 12 April 2012.

    • Olga. “Top 10 Reasons to Do an International Internship.” GoinGlobal Blog. 11 August 2009. Web. 12 April 2012.

    • Tealey, Erica. "Working Abroad Webinar." Features alumni from the University of Minnesota.  Web. 17 October 2017.


     Campus Internationalization 

     Employers and Employability

    • Tillman, Martin.  “The Right Tool for the Job.” International Educator 14.4 (2005): 4-7. Web.

    • Trooboff, Stevan, Michael Vande Berg, and Jack Rayman. “Employer Attitudes toward Study Abroad.”Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad 15. Fall (2007): 17-33. Web.