Global Opportunities After Graduation

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Continue exploring the world after completing your degree through programs that support continued study, research, or service-learning, or through opportunities that enter you into the workforce.

Fulbright U.S. Student Program

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program  allows you to teach, study, or conduct research in one of over 140 countries through the largest U.S. exchange program for students and young professionals. Develop cultural diplomacy and intercultural competencies through the exchange of knowledge and skills.


GoinGlobal includes an online database of more than 16 million job and internship postings from around the world. Search the platform for NGO, non-profit, or corporate opportunities and find a post-graduate opportunity to launch your career.

North American Language and Culture Assistants in Spain

The North American Language and Culture Assistants program provides university student graduates and native speakers of English with the opportunity to support English teachers in Spain. Assistants spend a full academic year in Spain assisting teachers for 12-16 hours a week.

Peace Corps

Volunteer with the U.S. government-run Peace Corps program to provide social and economic development abroad through technical assistance, while promoting mutual understanding between Americans and the populations that are served.

Teaching English

Help young students learn English so that they can open doors to new opportunities or help adult learners learn English to become more competitive in the global economy. The following are some organizations that can connect you with English teaching opportunities: