The study abroad research intern will use their research skills to identify the best practices and the most relevant information in the education abroad field to help grow CCIS.
-Conduct academic research to identify best practices and the most relevant information in the education abroad field
-Identify engaging and compelling virtual content presentation methods, and develop content based on research
-Conduct research to understand what advisors need to best support students in garnering interest in education abroad, creating follow-through, and finding the right program to create retention
-Develop toolkit with customizable content for two-and four-year institutions related to barriers, support, and practicalities such as courses, internships, volunteer opportunities, and scholarships
-Conduct research to determine current policy and procedure trends related to education abroad financial aid, registrar activities, and student accounts
-Identify the top channels and outlets to monitor to gain a comprehensive understanding of changes and advancements in the education abroad community
-Use the gathered information to develop a toolkit for education abroad professionals that will facilitate students’ access to education abroad at two-and four-year institutions