Get your Stories and Photos Published Now!
For all you writers and Hemingway wannabes,
a reminder of ways to get your name in print with your "insightful"
stories and/or photos of volunteering abroad.
Recently, GSC volunteers
have received some great national coverage ...inspiring
others to realize their dreams and make a difference in
our global community.
Below are upcoming
opportunities with Transitions Abroad
and Abroad View magazines. Both have large readerships.
Send us a copy of what you submit - we will try our best
to double your chances of fame and fortune by publishing
your story in a newsletter, on our
website, or in the general media. Please contact
the magazines wiith questions. You may also contact Amy
For those of you in
the U.S of A, enjoy the 3-day weekend- and don't overdo
it on the hotdogs! Stay in touch.
- “Stepping Stones
To International Careers”
The “A Closer Look” will focus on “Stepping
Stones To International Careers.” The deadline
for this section is June 4.
The upcoming edition's
"A Closer Look" section (which explores a thematic
topic in-depth) will focus on “Stepping Stones To
International Careers,” including students' experiences
interning and working abroad. Since this is such a broad
topic, we have narrowed it down to international work or
internship experiences that have an impact on the student's
or recent graduate's future career path. The following are
suggested categories: 1. Environment/Fieldwork 2. Teaching
Abroad 3. Social Justice/ Non-Governmental Organization
4. International Business, Law or Journalism 5. International
Relations (e.g. State Department Internship) 6. Fine and
Performing Arts/ Architecture 7. Work involving a foreign
language 8. International Health 9. Engineering/ Technical
10. How to find funding for an internship (comprehensive,
practical article) 11. Post-graduate study abroad (e.g.
Fulbright, Watson, and Rotary Scholars)
Articles should be 800-1400
words and offer personal perspectives on the work abroad
experience from the topics listed above or other areas.
If not incorporated into the article, please write a brief
sidebar on how you found your particular job, the application
process, how to find funding for an internship, tips on
getting the most out of an internship, and any other helpful
practical information. In addition to full-length articles,
we also encourage the submission of brief testimonials and
quotations from students who have worked or interned abroad.
Graduate students and
graduates who are either working abroad or in career positions
with an international focus may submit articles. This information
will be extremely valuable to students looking to make work
a part of their intercultural education.
All submissions are
due by June 4, 2004. Earlier submissions are appreciated
as articles are reviewed on a rolling basis. Email articles
Bill Nolting, Director
of International Opportunities at the University of Michigan
International Center, and Alia Santini, a graduate student
at the School for International Training, are coordinating
this section. For more information feel free to contact
Alia at either email@example.com or at 802-258-3387.
You can also contact the editor of Abroad View, Sherry Schwarz,
addition to submissions for standard sections such as Personal
Journeys, Eye on the Earth, Viewpoint, Alliteration, Reentry,
Alumni Afield, Features, and Beyond Study Abroad, Transitions
Abroad and Abroad View seek short articles
and nominations for “Spotlight.” Spotlight is
a section that features unique international education initiatives
and exemplary study abroad and international students. If
you would like to recommend a student (self-nominations
also accepted), please email
Transitions Abroad and provide relevant contact information.
The deadline for next
year¹s Meta Photo Contest will be Dec.1. ABROAD VIEW
will also host its first Student Writers Contest in 2005.
The deadline for submissions is Nov. 1, 2004. Rolling submissions
are accepted for both contests. For more details visit www.abroadviewmagazine.com.
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