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Go Abroad Again
How to Go Abroad Again
- How to Go Abroad Again Presentation
- WWU Career Services Center
- WWU Fellowships Office: Fellowships abroad for undergrads and graduates
- GoinGlobal: Jobs here, there, everywhere
- Fulbright: Fellowships for Graduate School, Research & Teaching Abroad
- CIEE Teach Abroad: Paid Global Teaching Positions
- TAPIF: Teach in France
- Estados Unidos: Teach in Spain
- Instituto Franklin: Teach & Learn - Earn an MA in Spain while Teaching in Madrid as a Language Assistant
- JET: Teach in Japan
- EPIK: Teach in Korea
- TEFL Academy: Teach English Abroad
- Affordable Degrees Abroad
- How to use FAFSA for a degree in Europe
- StudyPortals: Masters Programs Abroad
- DAAD: German Academic Exchange Service
- Erudera: The world's first education search platform backed by Artificial Intelligence
- Postgraduate Awards for US Citizens: Graduate School in the UK
- UK Graduate Visa Route & permission to stay 2-3 years post course PDF Handbook
- Study.EU: Graduate School in Europe
- American Universities Abroad
- GoAbroad.com: Degrees Abroad
- Princeton in Asia: Fellowships and Service Placements in Asia, including teaching
- U.S. Department of State Language Scholarships and Training Programs
- BUNAC: Working Holidays
Go Abroad Again Advising
How can you go abroad again? Interested to meet with an advisor? Gain insight from personal testimonials about how you can work, teach and/or volunteer abroad after graduation and how to fund these international opportunities.
If your experience abroad sparked your interest in future travel, go abroad after you graduate as a Peace Corps volunteer. In the Peace Corps, you’ll have the unique opportunity to live and work for 27 months in one of 72 countries around the world.
You can use your education and international experience to launch a career in health, the environment, agriculture, education, community development, information technology, or business development.
During your service, you’ll receive a student loan deferment, paid vacation, three months of training, medical and dental care, a living stipend and money upon completion of services – not to mention the memories that will last a lifetime.
Connect with a Peace Corps recruiter to learn more about what it's like to volunteer, the application process, and how to get started! Contact Angelena Castro.
You can also find virtual info sessions, application workshops, and more on the Peace Corps events page!
Peace Corps Presentations
Graduate School Advising
For questions and information about graduate school, schedule with the WWU Graduate School Advisor, Anna Tognazzini