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Explore Post-AmeriCorps Opportunities to Do Good Overseas

April 29, 2013
Credit - KU Office of Study Abroad

Credit – KU Office of Study Abroad

Register now for tomorrow’s AmeriCorps Alums Professional Development Webinar, “Exploring Post-AmeriCorps Opportunities to Do Good Overseas” from 12 PM EDT – 1 PM EDT

Considering your next move after AmeriCorps?  Have you thought about going abroad?

As you explore your options for next steps post-AmeriCorps, consider leveraging the skills and perspectives you’ve gained and honed during your term of service by applying them on a global scale. You could be contributing to fields such as international aid and development while partnering with community organizations, institutions, and fellow global citizens around the world.

Join AmeriCorps Alums and IPSL tomorrow at noon ET for “Exploring Post-AmeriCorps Opportunities to Do Good Overseas” to learn more about your options for engaging in meaningful, effective service and work abroad, from volunteering overseas to international education to global careers. We’ll be sharing tips on considering each global option and highlighting alumni case studies for each scenarios to share how your peers have applied their skills gained in AmeriCorps service have been applied abroad.

Here are some Alums stories that highlight what members have done internationally post-AmeriCorps and how their experiences overseas has contributed to their Lifetime of Service:

Did you serve, work, or study abroad after your year of service? If so, share with us in the comments below!

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