Week of May 2nd, 2022
Working at US colleges to pay off tuition; Texas students undeterred despite COVID-19; Career platform helps international students; Events celebrating international students; Finding empathy at HBCUs
At These US Colleges Everyone Works And There’s No Tuition
From hotel staff to firefighters, there’s something surprising many workers at the College of the Ozarks in southwest Missouri have in common: they’re students.
International Students In Texas Determined To Graduate Despite COVID-19 Obstacles
Universities saw dramatic drops in international student enrollment as the pandemic brought on travel, visa and family challenges.
This Career Platform Helps Connect International Talent With Jobs In The U.S.
Between the countless hours spent scrolling through job sites, pouring over resume edits and rewriting cover letters, job seekers have more than enough challenges on their hands. But for international students, those troubles only scratch the surface of their job hunt experience.
Inaugural Ceremony Honors Global Learning And International Students
Event celebrates students who have pursued the “curiosity and growth” of global learning while navigating the challenges of the pandemic.
Internationals ‘Finding Empathy’ At HBCUs In US
‘Who am I? Who do I represent? How do I want to be seen?’ These are some of the questions former international student Wesam Shash asked herself when exploring her evolving identity upon first arriving from Egypt to the campus of Alabama A&M University.