Are you a blogger looking to document and share your study abroad experience?
Are you looking for a great way to build your resume while abroad?
If so, ISA's Classmates Connecting Cultures (CCC) program could be the perfect opportunity for you!
Classmates Connecting Cultures is an extracurricular volunteer program established to cultivate international awareness and communication by connecting ISA participants with U.S. organizations. As a CCC participant, you will correspond through a structured blog model with a U.S. organization of your choosing. By writing about your study abroad and international experience, you will further cultivate global understanding on both ends of the exchange.
Throughout the duration of your study abroad program, you and your U.S. organization partner will submit blog entries with the purpose of sharing stories, asking questions and discussing various aspects of life abroad.
Suggestions of organizations to contact for blog correspondence:
Check out the ISA student blog to read the bios of current CCC students and see what they have been writing about this past semester.
Future teacher in the making? Generate new connections with a school in your community and build your resume with international volunteer experience.
Studying another language? Imagine the first-hand knowledge you will be able to share with a language class of your peers back home!
International Business major? Create professional connections with a business in your home community by sharing business insights from your study abroad country.
Travel enthusiast? Connect with your study abroad office at your U.S. university to provide real world insight into life abroad. The possibilities are endless!
An ISA 'Classmate' Connecting Cultures is a student who:
Click here to download the CCC application and email it to Elena Sprick, ISA CCC Program Coordinator (CCC@studiesabroad.com). Feel free to contact Elena with any further questions!