Study Abroad Alumni
Study Abroad Re-Entry Orientation
Returning from a study abroad experience can cause both excitement and anxiety. It’s usually wonderful to see friends and family again, however managing “reverse culture shock” can be just as difficult as adjusting to the initial culture shock at the beginning of your study abroad experience. It is perfectly normal to experience some difficulty in settling in back here in the US.
NAU provides many opportunities for you to share your experiences with others who will have an idea what you’re going through. Exchange student coffee hours (ask your advisor for more information) and the Global Ambassador program (see below) are two wonderful places to start!
Did you just have a great time abroad? Talk it up on campus! Feel free to come get brochures from our office to help you promote!
Education Abroad Photo Contest
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. You will get an email when the contest starts and can submit photos then.
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!
NAU Global Ambassadors
Make the most of your international experience by becoming an NAU Global Ambassador. Global Ambassadors 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 a variety of activities to help make a difference and encourage others to 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 Mikaela Terry at Mikaela.Terry@nau.edu.
To apply, click here: http://edabroad.nau.edu/?go=GlobalAmbassadors