Looking for a unique study abroad experience? SEA Semester is a study abroad program combining the interdisciplinary study of the world’s oceans with tall ship sailing, providing a unique opportunity for hands-on research experience and personal growth. We offer several semester and summer voyages in both the Atlantic and the Pacific, each covering different topics related to our ocean environment. All our programs carry credit through Boston University, and you can find more information about the program here, and
specifically the courses offered here. SEA Semester takes students of all majors on an adventure with a purpose! Stop by Keefe Atrium between 11-1 p.m. on Feb. 13 or McCaffery Room from 5-6 p.m. to chat with a SEA Semester representative about joining an upcoming voyage!
Teach For America works in partnership with communities to expand educational opportunity for children facing the challenges of poverty.
Founded in 1990, Teach For America seeks the most promising leaders of this generation early in their careers who have demonstrated the values and leadership necessary to make systemic change. The organization's diverse, outstanding corps members make an initial two-year commitment to teach in high-need schools and have a profound impact on their students. Their classroom leadership becomes the foundation for long-term leadership.
Through these two years, corps members gain context, clarity and conviction to lead a life of impact from any sector or field they choose. Beyond their two years, corps members become part of a network of 60,000 leaders working together across sectors to shape the political, economic and social future of our nation.
Attend this session to hear from current corps members about their experiences and speak with TFA recruitment manager Ellie deMuth.