Did you just have a great time abroad? Talk it up on campus! Let other students know that they can and should study abroad. Any education alumnus that recruits four students to participate in a NAU international exchange program will recieve $1,000 towards airfare, anywhere in the world.
- The $1,000 is only redeemable within one year of being notified of the award and cannot be broken up among multiple flights.
- Four students must enroll in either regular international exchange or ISEP international exchange programs. Exchanges allow students to pay regular NAU tuition and use their financial aid, thus are the most affordable way to study abroad.
- Exchange students must identify the alumnus that recruited them via the question "Did a study abroad alumnus recruit you to study abroad? If so, who?" This question will appear for all students during their application process. Students that move beyond the application stage can no longer identify an alumnus.
- $1,000 awards are limited to 10 during the 2012-13 academic year; first-come. first-served.
Education Abroad Photo Contest
Deadline to submit photos: October 3, 2013
Start of Facebook voting: October 4, 2013
End of Facebook voting: October 14, 2013
Winner Announcement Date: October 18, 2013
Win a prize for all those great photos you took while abroad! There are four categories: landscape, pictures of locals, students (bonus points for students wearing a NAU logo), and monuments.
Maximum of 4 photo submissions per student, one per category. Email photos to firstname.lastname@example.org and include:
the title of the photo
where each photo was taken
category for the photo contest
name of the study abroad program it was taken on
the program term
Upon completion of public Facebook voting, the finalists' photos will be voted on by CIE staff. The winners will be announced on October 18, 2013.
First place wins $100, 2nd $75, 3rd $50 and 4th $25.
Please be aware that photos submitted may be used by Education Abroad for marketing purposes such as brochures, posters, and presentations!
Peer Advisor Program
Make the most of your international experience by becoming an NAU Education Abroad Peer Advisor. Peer Advisors are NAU students who have studied abroad for a summer, semester, or year, and who would like the opportunity to stay connected to their international experience. You can participate in e-advising, information sessions, classroom presentations, and pre-departure orientations and encourage others to "take the plunge" and study abroad! At the same time, you will gain valuable communication skills and have a great volunteer experience to add to your resume. Interested? Contact Mr. Kyle Conway at email@example.com.