Career Support after Study Abroad: Resources for Advisers
As more colleges require or strongly encourage study abroad, enrollment has increased in short-term, semester, and even independent volunteer and service experiences. But do career development advisers have the resources to help students connect learning outcomes with career development? This paper shares education abroad advisers' experiences, widely used resources, as well as deficiencies in meeting these emerging challenges.
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