International Week 2012
October 22-26, 2012
Highlights of the week include:
Monday, October 22
Graduate School Fair - Graduate programs represented from around the world. More details
11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Magnolia Ballroom
International Photo Contest - Reception announcing the winners of the 6th annual contest. Beyond Culture Shock!!
5 p.m. Library Atrium - reception and prize announcements
Tuesday, October 23
International Resume Workshop - Maximize your international experience by effectively highlighting your new found skills and knowledge in your job search. Join International Studies Abroad, the GC Career Center, and the GC International Education Center staff for a hands-on workshop that will help you better articulate your cross-cultural competencies.
3:30 p.m., A&S 240
Wednesday, October 24
Opportunities Abroad Fair – Learn more about opportunities to study, intern, work, volunteer or teach abroad. Representatives from various groups will be at tables on Front Campus to provide more information to faculty and students interested in pursuing an experience abroad.
10 a.m. – 2 p.m., Front Campus, Parks Hall and Atkinson Hall Porches
Internship Abroad Panel - Join returned students and faculty as they discuss the merits and challenges of pursuing international internship experience.
2 p.m., A&S 336
Peace Corps Information Session – Learn about opportunities to explore the world through the Peace Corps.
3:30 p.m., A&S 251
Thursday, October 25
International Day – Faculty, staff, students and members of the community come together to celebrate the diversity of Georgia College on International Day as students from the International Club present entertainment, food, games, clothing and culture from more than 30 countries.
11 a.m. – 2 p.m., Front Campus
Study Abroad Funding Workshop – Join the International Education Center and Financial Aid Office to learn more about HOPE, Federal Aid, scholarships and fundraising projects to put together money for your experience abroad.
2 p.m., Atkinson 202
Friday, October 26
Machuca - A film from Chile, part of the First Friday Foreign Film Series. Set in Santiago during the Marxist government of elected, highly controversial president Salvador Allende.
7 p.m., Arts & Sciences Auditorium