Returning home after your education abroad experience can bring about many emotions. Here are resources and strategies to aid in your transition home and to continue your engagement as a global citizen.
For many, studying away is just the beginning in their lifelong journey of global education. Internships, teaching programs and service learning opportunities offer a great way to continue gains in your personal and professional development and to make meaningful connections in communities around the world. You may even consider completing a graduate degree abroad. Here are a few informational links to offer ideas for your next adventure.
AEON Corporation of Japan
Asia/US Public Service and Educational Exchange Programs
North American Language and Cultural Assistants Program
Teaching Assistant Program in France
Amigos de las Americas
Australian Trust for Conservation Volunteer
Catholic Network of Volunteer Service
Global Service Corps
Habitat for Humanity – International Volunteer Program
Habitat for Humanity Global Village Program
Volunteers for Peace
American-Scandinavian Foundation – Fellowships and Grants
Boren Fellowships for Graduate Study
Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad (DDRA) Fellowship Program
Fulbright US Student Program
Rhodes Scholarship Trust
Senator George J. Mitchell Scholarship Fund (Ireland)
USA Study Abroad
Office of International Education and National Student Exchange
Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm EST
37 Lower College Road, Kingston, RI, 02881
To schedule an appointment, log into Starfish, search for International Education and National Student Exchange and select the advisor based on your college.