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EVENTS AND STUDY ABROAD 101

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Wednesday, February 5th | 1-2 p.m.
Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship 101 Info Session
Jalen, A the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship Ambassador and Alum will present on the opportunities and ins and outs of applying for the Gilman Scholarship.
Room: Student Center (W417)
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Tuesday, February 11th | 12-1 p.m.
Teaching Assistant Program in France (TAPIF) Info Session & Presentation

Ellyze Francisco, alum of Hunter’s Romance Languages Department and former Teaching Assistant in France through TAPIF, will share her experience and provide program information.

Room:
Solarium, W1413
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Thursday, February 20th | 1-2 p.m.
Lyon and Pau, France Summer Study Abroad Info Session With USAC
USAC Representatives will answer questions and give an overview of their Summer Study Abroad Programs in Lyon and Pau, France. To learn more about USAC's Study Abroad Programs in France, please visit their website here.
Room: W707a
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Thursday, February 27th | 1-2 p.m.
The Institute for Study Abroad (IFSA) Presents: Your Future Self Will Thank You: How to Design a Meaningful Study Abroad Experience.
This interactive workshop, led by IFSA’s DuBois Jennings, you will learn how to draw from the different aspects of your social identity and background to find the best study abroad program. Discover the necessary tools and resources that will help insure you achieve your personal, academic and professional goals through a meaningful study abroad experience!
Room:
E721
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Study Abroad 101

Most Wednesdays from 1-2 p.m. E1413.

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Study Abroad 101 is a presentation designed to give you an overview of studying abroad through Hunter College. It is intended to help students set goals for study abroad, consider the various program types, understand the financial resources, and get started on an application.  Applications to study abroad or Advising appointments should not be started until you have attended a 101 session!

After attending a Study Abroad 101 session, students are also encouraged to meet with their academic advisors to discuss academic requirements and to identify potential classes or subjects that they will be able to take while abroad.

Education Abroad staff and ambassadors facilitate live and in-person Study Abroad 101 presentations. Our Ambassadors are Hunter study abroad returnees who have enjoyed their experiences so much that they volunteer their time to advise other students on education abroad opportunities at Hunter. Each ambassador can explain program options, give an overview of the study abroad process, as well as provide information about their experience abroad.

Sessions typically last about 30-40 minutes.

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