Interested in study abroad? Meet with an IES Abroad representative. IES Abroad offers more than 140 study abroad programs in 18 countries throughout the world. Fun Fact: This year, 2020, is IES Abroad’s 70th anniversary as a not-for-profit study abroad provider. The organization was started in 1950 in Vienna, Austria.
Come learn more about Middlebury’s study abroad options in 16 countries and full-immersion summer language programs!
Come talk with a representative from DIS - Study Abroad in Scandinavia about studying abroad in Copenhagen!
Fun fact: There are more bikes than inhabitants in Copenhagen! Cyclists in Copenhagen travel a total of 1.2 million kilometers by bike every day.
AmeriCorps is a national network of hundreds of programs across the nation offering a variety of service opportunities, from the classroom to the outdoors and everything in between.
Under the “AmeriCorps” umbrella, two programs are managed nationally: AmeriCorps VISTA and AmeriCorps NCCC. The other program, under the general heading of AmeriCorps State & National, also referred to simply as AmeriCorps, funds local and national organizations throughout the United States to recruit AmeriCorps members.
No matter what you’re passionate about, where you’re from, or why you choose to serve, AmeriCorps gives recent graduates a chance to be part of the greater good. But with so many different programs and opportunities available, how does a student decipher and decide between them? And how, ultimately, do you decide if an AmeriCorps fellowship is the right post-graduate opportunity for you?
In this information session, Caroline Palmer, Service Quality Specialist with the DIAL/SELF AmeriCorps Program (based in Greenfield, Mass.), will explain what participants can expect from AmeriCorps programs, provide advice on navigating the application process, and generally help attendees evaluate their options. Come with questions!