Tag: study abroad

Do You Have the Global Skills Employers Want?

The word ‘global’ has gone global. At least five times a day, I hear it mentioned in the news or while reviewing job descriptions;  there’s globalization, global crises, global industries, global workforces. It’s everywhere, including at BU! BU students hail from around the world, speak hundreds of different languages, study abroad, and honor their cultures ...

How Studying Abroad Can Help Build Your Mosaic

When you graduate, an employer or graduate school will be interested in ALL of the experiences you had as an undergraduate student. Studying abroad is one that you may be able to showcase, but it is up to you to illustrate why your study abroad experience is relevant and valuable for the job (or degree ...

Internship Series: Study Abroad & Research in Kenya

Susi Neher CAS’16 | International Relations Student/Researcher in the School for Field Studies Taking advantage of the resources at BU, Susi Neher studied abroad in Kenya during the summer of 2014. Through this experience, Susi determined that a career in research is the right path for her.  CCD: Tell us about your experience. What were ...

Internship Series: Congresswoman Niki Tsongas

Bob Schneider CAS’13 | International Relations Intern As an undergraduate student, Bob Schneider worked as intern in Washington, D.C. for Congresswoman Niki Tsongas. In addition to administrative tasks, Bob wrote recommendations on legislation for Congresswoman Tsongas. He found his internship via the Congresswoman’s website at the recommendation of a BU D.C. Study Abroad Program Manager. ...

Internship Series: Global NGO Centres

Sarah Miller  CAS/COM’ 13 | International Relations Fundraising and Social Media Intern During the fall of 2012, Sarah Miller studied abroad in Dublin, Ireland through the BU Study Abroad internship program. For six weeks, she worked as a fundraising and social media intern with the Global NGO Centres of Dublin. CCD: Tell us about your ...