Perhaps you spent multiple weeks on an ecosystem service project in Peru, attended lectures at a foreign university on social policy, or tested your physical limits by trekking to remote scenic wonders. You may have practiced language skills or gained new confidence and poise as you tested your leadership abilities under dynamic conditions.
You’ve told your family and friends about these amazing experiences, but if you want to use them to advance your career prospects, you need to know how to tell prospective employers about them too. How can you translate and articulate your study abroad experience into meaningful workplace skills to use on your résumé?
To learn more, check out this article I wrote for collegeXpress