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Posted on Friday, November 15, 2019 - 09:11 in In the News, Language Learning

Building your capacity in two or more foreign languages adds an important dimension to your international experience. Not only will the process of learning the languages likely put you in direct contact with foreign cultures, but having the language skills will prove to potential employers that you are committed to working in a cross-cultural environment. Check out the Language Learning and International Careers Quick Guide.

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Posted on Friday, November 8, 2019 - 08:10 in In the News, Travel Abroad

Going abroad is an exciting adventure. You don't want to be bogged down by money troubles while abroad, instead of being able to fully immerse yourself and enjoy the experience. But the fact is, heading overseas costs money, so it's important to consider your budget before you buy your plane ticket. Check out our budget-focused Quick Guide here.

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Posted on Friday, November 1, 2019 - 11:00 in In the News, Study Abroad

Are you an international student studying in North America? Are you interested in finding work or possibly even building your future career within the US or Canada? If so, there are many things you can do while studying to improve your chances of finding work. Check out the Quick Guide here.

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Posted on Friday, October 25, 2019 - 12:13 in In the News, Intern Abroad

Boosting the career potential of your time abroad is all about perspective and confidence. Being bold, curious and prepared to grab hold of any opportunity that presents itself is what will set you apart from the crows. You’re already abroad! What better time to build connections, strengthen professional networks and meet face-to-face with potential future employers? Job Hunting During Your International Internship will inspire you to get clear about your goals, maintain focus and make constant progress while abroad.

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Posted on Friday, October 18, 2019 - 01:00 in In the News, Intern Abroad

No internship – international or otherwise – is perfect. Succeeding in your first international internship is about maintaining good workplace habits and a high standard of professional output, but it’s also about keeping your sense of humor intact in order to deal with the inevitable challenges if the job. How To Survive Your First International Internship offers you advice and lessons from the field in a handy one-page tip sheet format. Check out this comprehensive Quick Guide now!

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Posted on Wednesday, October 16, 2019 - 01:00 in In the News, International Skills

It can be challenging to keep your international skill-building goals in mind while the school year is underway. We have created the new International School Year Check List Quick Guide to help you stay focused from month-to-month. You can print this page out and keep it on your workdesk, or revisit it throughout the year. This guide is full of practical calls to action, and it's designed to help you make the most of your time. This is a speedy read, so don't miss it! View the Quick Guide now. 

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Posted on Friday, October 11, 2019 - 11:22 in In the News, International Skills

Building real-world international experience is just plain life-changing: not only will you enrich your life and gain new perspective on yourself and the world, you’ll also open the door to countless new professional opportunities. So, how can you start building your International IQ now, while you’re still in school? The 24 Ways to Go International Quick Guide is a great place to get ideas and inspiration for your cross-cultural future. Check it out now!

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Posted on Friday, October 4, 2019 - 11:16 in In the News, International Skills

In the new global economy, international skills are crucial for success in almost every field. And how are international skills built? Step-by-step, over time! This means that your first years in college are the ideal time to start gaining cross-cultural experience and building your International IQ. There is a wide variety of things you can do in your first years at college to boost your post-grad job prospects and enrich your life. Check out the 10 Easy Ways for First-Year Students to Build International Skills Quick Guide to find out more!

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Posted on Friday, September 27, 2019 - 06:10 in In the News, Finding Work, Work Abroad

There are multiple prevailing myths about how students and young professionals find international jobs and start building global careers. Could you be planning your international future based on these fairy tales? Debunking the Myths is a must-read Quick Guide, describing some of the most popular (false) beliefs about international career building. Check it out now – and get realistic about your future abroad.

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Posted on Wednesday, September 25, 2019 - 07:49 in In the News

We are pleased to offer client schools full reproduction rights for all components of our Global Nudge Newsletter. Our newsletter contains a month-by-month collection of themed content based on the school year cycle. Pick and choose from our content to create your own newsletter and/or adapt it for your social media campaigns. Download this Word file to access our content and view this sample newsletter for ideas on how you might build your own.

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