Frederick Douglass Global Workshops

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This series of workshops prepares you to make the most of your time abroad, with interactive sessions and presentations from study abroad alumni and CIEE's Inclusive Excellence Task Force. Connect with your fellow travelers, and start your journey towards global leadership!

Registration details will be sent after February 14 to students who have completed the application to the Frederick Douglass Global Fellowship.

Workshop Dates and Topics

March - Where can I find the funds to study abroad?

Join us for a presentation on where you can use your Frederick Douglass Summer Scholars grant, other scholarships, and one program that pays you!

May - How have students of color navigated their identities abroad?

A roundtable discussion with students of color who have travelled abroad. Learn tools for navigating identity in an overseas context.

May - How can I tell my story?

Learn how to use video and photography to connect with local cultures, and tips for creating compelling social media content.

June - What does activism look like abroad?

Hear from a panel of activists from Cape Town, Amsterdam, Accra, Santiago, and Washington, DC about their respective struggles for social justice. Reflect on the civic responsibilities of a study abroad participant.

August - How was your trip?

Connect with your fellow Summer Scholars and compare notes on your adventures.

September - How can I use my study abroad experience to advance my career?

Learn how to articulate your time overseas on your resume and in interviews, and other ways to leverage your study abroad experience to advance your career.

Registration details will be sent after February 14 to students who have completed the application to the Frederick Douglass Global Fellowship.

Dates and topics subject to change.