Six years ago, I accepted my first position as a study abroad coordinator. Now, as a director of education abroad, I’ve been increasingly approached by people looking to begin a career in international education.
I wrote this post for you, the young professional. Maybe you’ve just graduated with a bachelor’s degree, and loved volunteering in your university’s study abroad office. Perhaps you’ve just returned from teaching English abroad for a couple of years. Maybe you’re about to start a Master’s degree and are seeking advice for your job search. I’ve compiled 10 useful tips to assist you on your journey.Continue reading