According to the National Association of Colleges and employers, there are 10 things you can do during college to make yourself marketable at job-search time.
Studying abroad is an experience brimming with opportunities. Perhaps the biggest opportunity of all is the chance to look into another culture and learn the way people in another part of the world live. It is fascinating to see all the differences life in another country brings, as well as inspiring to see all the
Illinois State alumna Ariel Beverly ’17 feels like she is living a real-life Cinderella story of sorts now that she has been crowned Miss Illinois and has qualified for the 2020 Miss America pageant.
Ray Johnson ‘74 has a passion for traveling and philanthropy. He combined and honored his passions by making a gift of $25,000 as part of Redbirds Rising: The Campaign for Illinois State to create the Ray Johnson and Jeanne Muzzillo Study Abroad Endowed Scholarship.
Interested students can apply for Spring 2020 programs in our brand new My Study Abroad portal.
Braden McCarty, a graduate student in the Speech Pathology program, recounts her study abroad in Edinburgh and London.
You’ve heard about intercultural fluency, but what really is it and how do you develop this skill? The Career Center explores this highly valued transferable skill that employers seek and provides tips for developing it.
My name is Alexander Plumadore and I am a sophomore general physics and computer physics double major. In the fall 2018 semester, I traveled to the University of Brighton in Brighton, England on a semester-long program through the ISU Study Abroad Program.
Illinois State University student Brendan Flynn shares his experiences studying abroad in Costa Rica.
Over winter break, 10 Illinois State University students set sail on an experiential learning adventure via the Disney Fantasy cruise ship.