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Returning to CC

Welcome back to CC from your off-campus study experience(s)!

Here are several useful handouts that we have put together in conjunction with the Career Center at CC, to address the common questions that students may ask: How can I feature what I have learned on a resume or in an interview? How can I find a way to go abroad again? What about working, teaching, volunteering, or grad school?

We hope these resources are helpful.

International Career Resources

Organizations to look into working with (internships and fellowships)

How to Market Your Experience From Off-Campus Study

Steps To Teaching or Volunteering Abroad

Working in International Education

Grants and graduate school fellowships you might be interested in:

A full list of internal and external grants for upperclassmen and recent graduates (and support for your application process!) can be found at this CC webpage.

Contact Us

Inger M. Bull, Ph.D.  
Director of International Programs
Armstrong 215
(719) 227-8280
  • All CC Faculty-led blocks off-campus
  • Campus Internationalization
Heather Powell Browne, M.A.   
Assistant Director of Off-Campus Study
Armstrong 216
(719) 389-6918 
  • Semester/year programs off-campus

Shiyanke R. Andrew Goonetilleke, M.S.  
International Programs Coordinator 
Armstrong 213B
(719) 227-8284 

  • Support for all CC Faculty-led
    blocks off-campus
Lisa Kosiewicz Doran, M.A.  
International Student Specialist
Armstrong 217
(719) 389-6281 
  • F-1 & J-1 student advising
Donna Beziou, M.A.  
International Student and Scholar Assistant
Armstrong 218
(719) 227-8282
  • J-1 scholar advising
  • F-1 student advising
  • International student support