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Virtual Programming

The Office of Study Away will continue to post upcoming/current international, intercultural, and global programming available to Oberlin students. 
​Bard Globalization & International Affairs Program(application due July 6)
Bard is offering a unique and dynamic opportunity to study and intern remotely in Fall 2020. Courses offered include global migration, cyberwar, the impact of globalization on labor, human rights, and minorities, and writing in international affairs. You'll also complete a virtual internship in the field of international affairs with one of Bard's partner organizations; for example, the Council on Foreign Relations, Network 20/20, PEN America, Human Rights First, the Korea Society, and more. Click here for a full list of Bard's internship partners

Online info sessions are scheduled for the following days/times:
· June 16th:  4pm-5pm
· June 17th:  9am-10am
· June 30th:  9am-10am
· July 1st:     4pm-5pm
Click here to sign up for a session.

CET Academic Programs (open application deadline)
CET is offering boutique virtual internships across vast networks in China, Jordan, India, and the Czech Republic. Placements are available in a variety of fields from computer science to non-profit management, from public health to political science. Please contact Mike Rainaldi for more details.

CIEE Study Abroad (application due July 15)
CIEE's Virtual Global Internship Program allows you to experience the changing world of work no matter where you're located in the Fall semester. Drawing upon a robust network of companies and organizations in more than 15 cities around the world (London, Madrid, Sydney, Paris, and more!), CIEE will match you with a project-based internship for either 8 weeks or 12 weeks. You'll learn to navigate synchronous and asynchronous collaboration across time zones while gaining critical on-the-job skills specifically relevant to the professional world in which you'll enter after graduation. This is a great option for students whom wish to have an intensive professional development experience which is nearly full-time in nature. Please note, internships are non-credit bearing.