Friday, October 2, 2015

"Oh the Places You'll Go" - Dr. Seuss

"A journey of a thousand miles 
must begin with a single step," Lao Tzu.

In case you missed it: On September 30th, the International Fair was taken place in front of the Richard Harris Terrace. 

BMCC is the home of many study abroad opportunities. Many students, including Phi Theta Kappa members, visited many representatives of international service organizations and CUNY-Wide study abroad programs to learn more about: 
  • Courses offered: creative writing, language of choice, environmental science, and etc. 
  • Locations of program: India, China, Africa, and etc. 
  • Volunteer services: teaching English, childcare, handicapped, and etc. 
  • Job opportunities: lifeguard, retail, amusement park operator, and etc. 
  • Scholarship opportunities: Benjamin A. Gilman Internation Scholarship and etc. 
The purpose of the study abroad program is to expand your knowledge and widen your perspective. By choosing a program according to your major, not only will you be able to learn from your course, you will also learn about culture, problem solving skills, and communication. You will also have many experiences! 

As BMCC says, "Start Here. Go Anywhere." 

For more information contact the following: 
Academic Study Abroad Program Manager 
Deborah Stengle
Academic Affairs 
Room: Main Building, 103-G
212-220-8000 ext. 5013

Lateef Bello 
Journalist Officer 
Alpha Kappa Chapter 
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society 


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