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Welcome Back, #scuBroncosAbroad!
The process of re-entry is every bit as important as our actual study abroad program itself. Reflecting on what we've learned, discovering how we've changed, connecting with others who share similar interests, and finding ways to integrate our experience into our life and studies will help us make the most of the time we spent overseas. Check out the information and resources below that can help you with your transition back to your life at home and at SCU, including recommendations for how to keep your international experience alive.
Global Engagement Ambassador Volunteer Program
We are currently recruiting volunteers for our Global Engagement Ambassador Program! This is an excellent opportunity to pay your experiences forward and pave the way for future students to embark on this one-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The program is designed to allow you ultimate flexibility and creative agency. If there are skills you want to develop before you graduate to highlight on your resume, we can tailor projects to meet your needs.
Work as a Peer Advisor for Study Abroad
Do you want to help students prepare and apply for a study abroad experience? Every summer we onboard a new Peer Advisor Team for the upcoming academic year. Peer Advisors are paid for their participation and commit to working for 10 hours a week across 3 quarters. Keep an eye out in the Returnee Newsletter for more details.
Check out our upcoming Returnee Events where you’ll have the chance to reflect on your experiences abroad, explore other global opportunities at SCU, learn how you can articulate the skills you gained abroad to employers, connect with helpful resources on campus, vote in the Global Engagement Photo Contest, pick-up your free graduation sash, and more!
(scu login credentials required for access)
To prepare you for re-entry, we created a Returnee Workbook that will help you identify challenges of the re-entry process, and develop strategies for adjustment. It was also help you:
- Learn more about how your grades and credits will be incorporated into your SCU transcript
- Connect with on-campus resources for mental and physical wellness support
- Reflect on the ways in which your international experiences may have reshaped or redefined your values, beliefs, and goals
- Recognize transferable skills gained from studying abroad and how to showcase those skills to future employers
- Review opportunities to go abroad again