How to Include Studying Abroad on Your Resume

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So, you’ve studied abroad and most likely gained a ton of skills that will be useful in your future career. Now how do you articulate that to a future employer? GoOverseas shares some great tips for how to include your …

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The Unexpected Ways Studying Abroad Benefits Your Education and Career

4 Tips on How to ‘Unpack’ your Study Abroad Experience in a Job Interview

With an increasingly globalized world, studying abroad is now more important than ever. Since you have studied abroad with CAPA, here are eight ways it has already begun to benefit you:

Improved Language Skills
Experience a Different Style of Teaching

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Speak Out Successfully

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(Content Originally Published by the Harvard Business Review on November 27, 2018) Link to Original Article: https://hbr.org/ideacast/2018/11/speak-out-successfully 

James Detert, a professor at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business, studies acts of courage in the workplace. His most surprising …

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Study Again with CAPA: $300-$600 Grant!

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Can’t get enough of study abroad? If you studied abroad before on any of our programs, you will automatically receive a $600 grant to study abroad again on a regular semester program, or a $300 grant toward a regular summer …

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Long-Lasting Benefits of Study Abroad from a CAPA Alumna

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Now that you’ve returned from your time abroad, you might be doing a lot of reflecting. In this blog post, CAPA Buenos Aires alumna Claire Shrader shares 3 personal and professional perks of study abroad that she only realized once …

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Preparing For Interviews

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In interviews, your job is to convince a recruiter that you have the skills, knowledge and experience for the job. Show motivation and convince a recruiter that you fit the organization’s culture and job description, …

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Five Types Of Mentors You Need In Your Life

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Teachers, family members, bosses – there are plenty of people in your life who could be helping you find your way in this complicated yet amazing world. Read Julia Fawal’s Ted-Ed article about some pretty important mentors that everyone could use in …

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Your Next Job interview Could Be With A Robot

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Karen Gilchrist, a reporter at CNBC’s Make It, explains the future of employment and how robots enter the picture in this interesting article. Are you prepared to interact with technology for your next interview?

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10 Ways To Make Sure The Interviewer Remembers You (In A Good Way!)

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From themes to stories to the perfect thank you card, there are key ways to be memorable (in a good way!) after a job interview. Click here to check out The Muse’s ten ways to ensure the interviewer remembers you …

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10 Experts Share the Best Career Advice They Ever Received

Treat everyone you meet as a potential employer
Be persistent and resilient and do not let detours or failures derail your career
Do your research
Don’t let your college major, previous jobs or money define your career choices
Always leave …
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