CSU hopes that interests in learning abroad do not stop after you graduate. Learning about other cultures, languages, histories, politics, etc. can span a lifetime. While CSU does not have a single unit that provides advising for post-graduate experiences abroad, there are many well-traveled individuals across campus, who would be happy to share their expertise. Here are some educational resources to help identify your next international learning and/or working opportunities.
- Leveraging Education Abroad in the Job Search
- CSU Career Center’s Handshake Portal (open to CSU alumni)
- GoinGlobal (open to CSU alumni)
- Peace Corps
- DAAD Rise Professional in Germany
- Working in New Zealand
- Working in Ireland
- Work and Travel Australia on a Working Holiday Visa
- Department of State 101 Presentation
International Graduate School Programs
- CSU Service Learning Resources
- Community Health and Education in Zambia
- CSU SLiCE Alternative Break Programs (for current CSU students)
- Defining Community Engagement and Service Learning
- Important reminders:
- Non-credit programming cannot use federal financial aid.
- Many CSU Education Abroad program providers offer service-learning components along with educational coursework.
- Some Education Abroad programs have meaningful community engagement that will allow young people to use their educational training to contribute to community-defined projects.