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The international internship experience is so much more than just days marked on a calendar and photos. Sometimes though, it’s hard to imagine what comes next, so we asked some of our alumni about their post-internship and job search experience.
Oregon State University student, Juno, is studying at Akita International University in Japan and went on a weekend excursion that brought her closer with fellow students and taught her more about, “the wonderful place,” of Akita.
Oregon State University student, Courtney, offers advice for future interns about how to re-integrate back into life in the United States after she completed an international internship with Cheetah Conservation Fund in Namibia.
“I have made life-long friends from all over the world that I would have never met had I stayed in the states this semester. They have opened my eyes to what this world has to offer and ignited a passion inside me to travel the world.” – Dorian, WOU student
Portland State University student Megan, is making a difference in the lives of people in Uganda through an internship with Child Family Health International.
Oregon State Student, Brittany had the “magical trip of a lifetime” when she studied abroad at the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom.
University of Washington student, Ridwan, recently interned in the International Affairs office at the University of Ulsan in South Korea. Read about her journey in self-realization here.